Kristen Clarke

American lawyer

Kristen M. Clarke (born 1975) is an American attorney who is the president of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. She previously managed the Civil Rights bureau of the New York Department of Law under Eric Schneiderman. In 2019, Clarke successfully represented Taylor Dumpson, the first Black American woman student body president of American University, in her landmark case against white supremacists. President Joe Biden in 2021 selected Clarke as his choice to head the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.

Kristen Clarke in 2016


  • Please use the following theories and observations to assist you in your search for truth regarding the genetic differences between Blacks and whites:

    One: Dr Richard King reveals that the core of the human brain is the 'locus coeruleus,' which is a structure that is Black, because it contains large amounts of neuro-melanin, which is essential for its operation.

    Two: Black infants sit, crawl and walk sooner than whites.

    Three: Carol Barnes notes that human mental processes are controlled by melanin -- that same chemical which gives Blacks their superior physical and mental abilities.

    Four: Some scientists have revealed that most whites are unable to produce melanin
    because their pineal glands are often calcified or non-functioning.
    Pineal calcification rates with Africans are five to 15 percent,
    Asians 15 to 25 percent and Europeans 60 to 80 percent.
    This is the chemical basis for the cultural differences between blacks and whites.

    Five: Melanin endows Blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities -- something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards.
  • If I am fortunate enough to be confirmed, we will turn the page on hate and close the door on discrimination by enforcing our federal civil rights laws.


  • Martin lavished praise on Kristen M. Clarke '97, the BSA president, who, he said, had courageously invited him "in the face of enormous pressure from the forces of reaction." It is young people like Kristen, Martin said, who are the hope and future of the African-American community.
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