It’s great to see that students are organizing against these ghetto parties. Hat tip to Rachel. “This is a group for all students that are against derogatory and demeaning racially themed parties and their universities response (or lack there of) to them.
Hat tip to Rob. “What typifies most westerns, from the early silent films to today, has always been the white man becoming an Indian. And by doing so, Natives are further led toward extinction while promoting this new amalgam as the American identity”
“Why should…black youth who wear tight pants and Vans and like Nirvana suddenly be lumped with a term in…white people who think it’s cool to look poor even though most of them are probably rich, who poke fun of Hip-Hop through their “Ghetto” and “Kill
“Clemson University President James Barker on Tuesday decried a party…Barker said in a letter to students and faculty the university was investigating. The NAACP also confirmed it was looking into the Clemson party and other similar events held at unive
“I learned that a lot of the venom in these letters had to do with feeling like there was no opportunities for females in the industry, that if there was only going to be one spot—cot damn, they were going to get it, even if they had to take someone out
Oh please, she KILLED someone. “Black civil rights leaders in Los Angeles claim the California Highway Patrol has made singer/actress Brandy “a political trophy.”
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