Three more names to add to our running List of People Canceled in Post-George-Floyd Antiracism Purges:
Bari Weiss, an editor and writer for the New York Times opinion section, resigned saying she was constructively discharged and "the subject of constant bullying by colleagues who disagree with my views."
Gary Garrels, the senior curator of painting and sculpture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, resigned following a staff uproar after his comment that the museum would still collect the work of white artists. Artnet reported that he emailed staff saying, "I want to offer my personal and sincere apology to every one of you. I realized almost as soon as I used the term 'reverse discrimination' that this is an offensive term and was an extremely poor choice of words on my part. I am very sorry at how upsetting these words were to many staff."
Gillian Phillip, an author of children's books, fired from her work by book packager Working Partners after tweeting support for fellow author J.K. Rowling.