Thx Kimberly! “Democratic presidential candidates crave the Latino and black vote, but ignore the Drug War’s unfair toll on people of color.”
Thx Luke! “I’ve got big-time lawyers,” said former NBA All-Star Micheal Ray Richardson. “I’ve got big-time Jew lawyers.” And that’s just the beginning of his remarks.
Hat tip to Oh Word. “There is a certain irony inherent to an episode in which an elite black athlete praised successful Jewish professionals for being “crafty.”…White athletes are called “cerebral”; black athletes are called “athletic.”
“The very fact of Jeff Chang’s stewardship of this book suggests that hip-hop is not a blacks-only art. But the book is a confused mess, reluctant or unable to offer any clear view of hip-hop aesthetics…”
Thx Geraly. “the two men got out of their car at the residence and reportedly threatened Brown, shouting racial slurs and allegedly pulling out a handgun and hitting brown in the face. He said they also pushed his wife to the ground.”(tags: hatecrime)
Thx Deb! “A white woman who claims she was racially harassed by “jokes” insulting black people has won the right to take her case to an employment tribunal.”
“Where are Obama’s non-white relatives? We see the black wife and kids everywhere, snippets of his Indonesian half sister, but where is little ol’ white granny?”
“Most Americans just rolled over and surrendered when Arab terrorists took over the government and the media, but not Michelle Malkin. She’s fighting back. By starting a club. All you have to do to join is report everyone you see who seems to be a foreign
Look at the response Sarah got when she pointed out to her classmates why a theme party where you dress as your favorite stereotype might be a bad idea.
“Leaders of the civil rights organizations that initiated the protest against AsianWeek’s publication of a hate speech column against African Americans today noted the newspaper’s decision to remove Samson Wong as editor-in-chief.”
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