“The problem, some academics allege, is that Chinese people and Westerners have very different concepts of dragons. Chinese dragons are supernatural symbols without the Western traits of aggression or maiden-eating…”
“As one young man told me when I saw him walking at night with a group of guys who seemed on the verge of anarchy but were merely playing a part, the whole thing is a come-on to get girls, who have made the thug into a sex symbol…”
“Are black women ruining America’s ghettos? Who knows whether or not this was the message David Simon tried to put across in this past season of the Wire, but that’s more or less what I took from it…”
“his decision to cast non-Maya actors was because they “looked like you imagined they should,” one wonders if Gibson was aware of the racism that exists within Mexico against Maya people and wanted to use actors whose looks where more socially palatable
“A conservative, student-run journal at Tufts university published a satirical Christmas carol that ridiculed black students and campus affirmative action policies, then issued an apology after some students called on the school to stop funding the journa
Great to see UNITY speaking out against Rosie. They represent the Asian American Journalists Association, the National Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and the Native American Journalists Association.
“Breihan supporters, on the other hand, have accused CJ of “reverse racism” and have argued that DallasPenn is trying to claim rap writing as the sole domain of black people. The Breihan defenders believe that CJ is pulling the “race card…”
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