Four more names to add to our running list of People Canceled in Post-George-Floyd Antiracism Purges:
Mikaela Guido, president of the College Democrats of America, resigned after the organization's one black board member complained that she had "has not created an inclusive board," the New York Times reported. Guido, a law student at the University of Florida, said that "unsubstantiated claims of racism towards me have an appearance of being used as a front for personal disagreements."
Jill Snyder, the longtime director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, resigned after apologizing for canceling an artist's exhibit. Snyder's letter said in part, "the time has come to confront racism with unflinching honesty. The work of anti-racism involves taking responsibility and supporting risk. We did not do this. We failed."
Emmanuel Cafferty, a San Diego Gas & Electric company utility worker, as Yascha Mounk reports in the Atlantic, was terminated after being "wrongly accused of being a white supremacist."
Lianne Wadi was fired by her father from her job at his Holy Land food and catering company in Minnesota over racist social media posts she had made as a teenager. Lianne Wadi reportedly deleted the posts and issued a statement that "I strongly believe in and wholeheartedly support the Black Lives Matter movement."