Pennsylvania · Pittsburgh · racism



Racism, bigotry, and white supremacy

Fig. 1. Briann Moye participates in a march for affordable housing in Pittsburgh. Photograph by Jessie Wardarski, July 2018, via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, fair use.

See also:

Kim Lyons, “Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Cartoonist Fired as Paper Shifts Right,” New York Times, June 15, 2018,

Moriah Ella Mason, “Pittsburgh Doesn’t Need More Guns — We Need Less White Supremacy,” Forward, October 29, 2018,

Ashley Murray, “Pittsburgh’s second equity indicators report shows racial disparities still prominent,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 18, 2019,

Letrell Deshan Crittenden, “The Pittsburgh problem: race, media and everyday life in the Steel City,” Columbia Journalism Review, October 25, 2019,

Colin P. Clarke, “One Year After Tree of Life, We Still Aren’t Talking Enough About Violent White Supremacy,” Rand, October 27, 2019,

Miriam Berger, “Pittsburgh paper accused of barring black reporters from covering protests, censoring stories,” Washington Post, June 6, 2020,

Ewan Palmer, “FBI Warn White Supremacist Activity in Pittsburgh Among Highest in Country,” Newsweek, November 13, 2020,

Ryan Deto, “The FBI declared Pgh. a new hub for white supremacy. That ignores decades of history,” Pennsylvania Capital-Star, November 16, 2020,

Michael DiVittorio, “Some Verona residents upset over presence of armed ‘militia’ at Hula Bar,” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 2, 2021,

David S. Rotenstein, “An insider’s take on the Tito-Mecca-Zizza House landmarking,” Pittsburgh City Paper, June 15, 2022,

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Pittsburgh’s Commission on Racial Equity is an embarrassment,” December 27, 2022,

Justin Fox, “Where It’s Most Dangerous to Be Black in America,” Bloomberg, September 14, 2023,

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