Thanks Kimberly! “An eastern Idaho history professor who appears to link what he described as his region’s low welfare recipient rate with the fact that “we don’t have blacks in this area to speak of” is drawing an irate reaction…”
“My daughter can’t know that hip-hop and I have loved harder and fallen out further than I have with any man I’ve ever known. That my decision to end our love affair had come only after years of disappointment and punishing abuse…”
“well, why not South Asian?” If we want to limit it to just one word, why not “desi” or “deshi”? Of course, in a sense I already know the answer: if religion is the most important aspect of one’s identity, one obviously privileges it over et
“I recently learned that people that are more in attune with their ethnic identity are also less prone to mental health issues. Ethnic pride can help teenagers maintain happiness when faced with stress, according to a new study…”
Indian County Diaries uses Cherokee as a lense to explore pressing questions…How has new-found casino wealth changed the fortunes of Native Americans? How are tribes coping with the influx of Indian wannabes, eager for a piece of the pie?”
“why hasn’t anyone brought up the fact that probably the most racist material this election season has seen has been coming out of a conservative black man’s office?…”
“his audience scarcely recalls Public Enemy, a group that he was once such an important part of history. Our children, the future of Hip-Hop and Black America, only know Flav as a guy who stands for nothing; a buffoon that VH1 runs 7 days a week, several
Thanks Tariq! “he will have to run as the son of a white woman and an African immigrant. If we then end up with him as our first black President, he will have come into the White House through a side door – which might, at this point, be the only one that
“he would not feel comfortable taking his child to black churches or doing things that he knew nothing about. Despite my irritation that he was more concerned about his own discomfort than that of his child’s overall ability to be comfortable in life -
Apple’s iTunes Store, the market leader in music downloads, has inaugurated iTunes Latino, a dedicated space devoted to Latin music, music videos, TV shows, audiobooks and podcasts.
“Black people are still a joke to many white people, and these are the educated white folks. At Johns Hopkins, HIV is now hilarious. The commercial hip hop that began as an authentic outcry from the voiceless masses now encourages its own sad parody…”
“I know that international adoption can create an environment that privileges foreign adoptive families over domestic ones….But none of that will do squat for the Hypothetical Future Child who will spend his/her childhood in an orphanage while it gets s
Hilarious NYC subway story: “he was trying to engage a black man sitting across from him in conversation — which consisted almost entirely of his praising the large asses of black women, proclaiming how nice it was to have a black ass sitting on one’s fa
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