Thanks Delia! “The black kids reminded me of home, but the white kids reminded me of myself, the me I saw staring back in the mirror. On that day, I came to believe that if I had said I was black, I would have had to spend the rest of my life convincing m
“In memory of the late instant-noodle king, Momofuku Ando, Jeff Yang speaks to notable ramen authorities about the meal-in-a-bowl’s awesome cultural impact — including Robert Allan Ackerman, director of the forthcoming Brittany Murphy film “The Ramen Gir
“they will be split into two groups. The tribe that wins the first Immunity Challenge will return to camp with “copious resources,” and the losers will return with only a pot, machete and water source, according to www.survivor.com.”
Thanks Mark L.! “They reportedly told Diefenbach he would be suspended for five days without pay, effective immediately. His offense: using a computer on company time, racial discrimination and sexual harassment for showing ¡Ask a Mexican! to his coworke
Thanks HighJive! “an ambitious effort to gather the stories of first-generation immigrants who helped begin the Chinese transformation of the San Gabriel Valley…Today, their stories are underrepresented in most Chinese American histories”
Thanks Kyla! “Mitchell’s essay, titled “Homicide,” centers on three African American males who address each other in vulgar street slang and go on a rape and killing spree. At the story’s end, it’s revealed that they are characters in a video game played
Love this. Thanks Jason! “”White Folks to the Rescue!” is a glorious tradition that stretches back at least as far as the Tarzan movies, in which a selfless Caucasian…ensures that truth and justice prevail in sub-Saharan Africa”
Thanks Tariq! “A Florida man removed from an American Airlines flight because he was considered a security threat has won a $400,000 jury award in a case that accused the airline of racial profiling… removed…because he appeared Middle Eastern”
Thanks Geraly! Harrison is a two year-old with leukemia who needs a bone marrow transplant from a Filipino or mixed Filipino person. Click over to see how you can help.
“It took 41 years for a black head coach to make it all the way to the Super Bowl… Not one, but two black coaches meeting in the nation’s biggest sporting spectacle. It’s historic. And it’s about time.”
Thanks Joan! “You’re not embracing a black man, a descendant of slaves. You’re replacing the black man with an immigrant of recent African descent of whom you can approve without feeling either guilty or frightened.”
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