Thanks T! “In a video…Connerly is shown saying, “If the Ku Klux Klan thinks that equality is right, God bless them. Thank them for finally reaching the point where logic and reason are being applied instead of hate.”
“The 19th century missionaries and explorers who established European control over the continent saw it as an exotic and forbidding land in which a similar kind of personal meaning could be found (or lost). The actual thoughts and desires of the inhabitan
Thanks Rob! “Commentators often imply that Borat wouldn’t be funny if Mr. Baron Cohen were not Jewish, which is kind of like saying that Dave Chappelle wouldn’t be funny if he were not black…”
Thanks Rob! Check out the first video, “Warriors in Pink.” There’s some severe appropriation/destruction of Native American culture here: including smearing on war paint that’s actually pink lipstick, lost of drumming, etc
“When African-American Survivor: Cook Islands contestant Nathan (Nate) Gonzalez referred to his gay Asian-American teammate Brad Virata as a “Nancy boy,” what was he thinking? Did sexual orientation have anything to do with Nate’s comment?”
Thanks Rob! “The most racist ad would have to be this radio spot…”Ford’s Congressional Black Caucus secretly prepares and presents their own alternative budget to Congress each year to fund aid to black Americans. Discrimination at its worst … “
Thanks Rob! “Borat’s Kazakhstan bears little resemblance to the real Kazakhstan. Little resemblance, but not no resemblance. Here is a rundown of the many things Borat gets wrong about Kazakhstan, and the few things that he gets right.”
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