“The languages used by the astonishingly diverse cast include Spanish, Berber, Japanese, sign language and English. The misunderstandings multiply accordingly, though they tend to be most acute between husbands and wives or parents and children, rather th
“The cantankerous supermodel Naomi Campbell was, as you know, arrested in London for assault on her drug counselor…Now she has decided to let it all hang out on Oprah! Well, who doesn’t? Jump on a couch, adopt a child, harangue the help, Oprah is there
“sometimes hearing white politicians — yes, white politicians — accuse blacks of pulling out race in a situation where whites were the original perpetrators really chaps my ass. Snow is a Grade A quaint douchebag. End of story…”
“Records the Freedmen’s Bureau used to reconnect families — from battered work contracts to bank forms — will be placed online in part of a new project linking modern-day blacks with their ancestors.”
Thanks Deb! On ‘ghetto’ parties: “white people find pleasure in insulting non-white people while at the same time safely “slumming” for cheap thrills in that non-white world, all the time oblivious to the moral and political implications.”
“Black high school graduates earned $23,498 compared to $25,823 earned by Hispanics, $28,289 earned by Asians and $30,197 earned by Whites. Blacks with bachelor’s degrees earned $42,342 while Whites earned $53,411, Asians earned $47,912 and Hispanics ea
“She also said that none of David’s extended family had visited him at the orphanage during his entire stay there…Notice she used the word “extended,” though, and that David’s father is immediate, not extended, family.”
“In San Francisco, father and son Rene and Rio Yañez co-curate a multi-cultural interpretation of the tradition. Their exhibit is called ‘The Light of the Heart for the Shadow of the Soul.” Independent producer Robynn Takayama shows us how this Day of th
“while the two groups of strivers may gravitate toward each other because of cultural and language similarities, their intersection can also be fraught with odd tensions and broken expectations, say researchers, employers and workers.”
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