Three additional names to add to our growing List of People Canceled in Post-George-Floyd Antiracism Purges:
Tzurit Or, the founder of Boston-area bakery and café chain Tatte, stepped down as CEO under pressure after an employee group posted an online petition complaining of, among other thing, "the company's complacency towards current events in regards to the Black Lives Matter movement."
Ana Myers, who had been the head of the Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools, ousted after a Facebook post critical of anti-police protests.
Andrew Sullivan, a columnist for New York magazine, no longer employed there. As he explained it in his final column for New York: "A critical mass of the staff and management at New York Magazine and Vox Media no longer want to associate with me, and, in a time of ever tightening budgets, I'm a luxury item they don't want to afford. And that's entirely their prerogative. They seem to believe, and this is increasingly the orthodoxy in mainstream media, that any writer not actively committed to critical theory in questions of race, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity is actively, physically harming co-workers merely by existing in the same virtual space. Actually attacking, and even mocking, critical theory's ideas and methods, as I have done continually in this space, is therefore out of sync with the values of Vox Media. That, to the best of my understanding, is why I'm out of here."