” On Saturday, more than 8,000 people returned to the historically black university to chart how far they have come. They gathered for the “State of the Black Union,” an annual traveling town hall that is considered a barometer for black America’s ills.”
“Last month I posted a list of what I thought were the hot and not so hot racial trends for 2006. At that time, I promised to post a list of what trends I think will be popular in 2007. Here is my list.”
Hat tip to Oh Word. “The term “jig” is a derogatory term that was previously used exclusively by racist assholes…So why then do bloggers such as the ones at DallasPenn.com and Byron “Bol” Crawford use this term so freely in reference to their ow
Thanks Mark! “Students packed lecture halls last week to hear Chief Justice John Roberts…angered by the absence of representatives from his and other minority student groups at the breakfast…”
Thanks Rob. “IT has become a Hollywood cliché: Utter bigoted language in anger. Issue a carefully fashioned apology. Announce “I need help.” Meet with civil rights leaders for support. Set out on the path to salvation.”
Thanks Rob. “Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s off-the-cuff comments in recently released audio recordings about illegal immigration and the unwillingness of Mexicans to assimilate into American society have drawn angry responses this week from Latino communit
Thanks Rob. “Murphy and “Norbit” are under fire from some black activists who say the film is just the latest to build a movie around a black man dressing up as an unsophisticated, overweight black woman.”
If this isn’t a hoax, I’m pretty horrified. Trent Benefield, one of the survivors of the Sean Bell shooting, shows off his cash money on his MySpace page.
“That he thinks cutting his hair made him a grown ass man is disconcerting. That he would follow up his single “Moneymaker” with “Runaway Love” is outrageous… The global sex trade or…”Pimpin’ All Over the World” make them want to run away.”
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