Thx Eric “’You are in the Bronx. A black van is stopping in front of you. Three African-Americans are getting out and they are insulting your mother in the worst ways. … Act.’’ That is the…translation of the German Army training video making the r
“Minorities are much more likely to develop and die from cancer than the general U.S. population, with previous research pointing to lack of health insurance, poverty, cultural barriers, and limited access to good medical care as causes.”
Thx Karen! “South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said Tuesday the government hoped the Virginia Tech shootings, allegedly carried out by a 23-year-old South Korean native, would not “stir up racial prejudice or confrontation.”"
“A STUDENT’S love for 18-year-old Emily Jane Hilscher may have sparked the worst school shooting in US history. Ms Hilscher was one of the first two victims to be identified in the Virginia Tech massacre, along with 22-year-old Ryan Clark.”
Thx Tereza. “I read that, too, and I felt, dammit, here we go again,” said Berry, who heard those same sentiments after she won the Best Actress Oscar for “Monster’s Ball.” “I remember after I won the Academy Award, some people said, Well, she’s not reall
Thx Tereza. “As staff and students arrived Tuesday morning at Wilson Hall, they found fliers slipped under office doors and posted in the hallways. On the fliers were the words “White unity is not hate” and “Resist propaganda lies!””
Thx Tereza. “What difference does it make if they ban the n-word?” said Yaya, 29…”Ban police brutality. Ban racial profiling. Ban that. Forget the n-word.”
Thx Tereza. “As of recent months, there have been many accounts of Progressive news sites and Progressive sites in general experiencing difficulty on the Web. Some sites have been completely censored off the web for a period of time…”
Thx Tereza. “DON IMUS and Uncle Ben. Two icons emblematic of a very strange moment in how Americans and the people who market to them think about race. Call it cultural schizophrenia—we denounce racism but still find it commercially appealing.”
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