“A police officer accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend and her nearly full-term fetus made his first court appearance Monday and was ordered held on $5 million bond.”
“There is something very disturbing about this video, “The Manny”…With a script that includes, “…got a driver from Jamaica, a tailor from Hong Kong, got a super from Rica, and a maid named Wong, got a nanny from Manila, another from Peru…,”
“A judge ruled Monday that no pair of pants is worth $54 million, rejecting a lawsuit that took a dry cleaner’s promise of “Satisfaction Guaranteed” to its most litigious extreme. Roy L. Pearson became a worldwide symbol of legal abuse”
“The photograph, of four popular high school students standing side by side, each clutching a gun in one hand and giving a stiff-armed Nazi salute with the other…further intensified a bitter racial divide”
“All of her life, Zoila Meyer believed she was an American. She even won election to the City Council of Adelanto. But now she is facing a threat of deportation for illegally voting, because she never became a citizen after being brought to this country f
“St. Petersburg Times reporter Rodney Thrash examines a white woman’s feelings of racism, from their genesis, she says, living in a hood in Florida, to its coming out–when she went to the public about her dwindling respect for Black people.”
“Professor Judy Atkinson from Southern Cross University says she was stunned to hear of plans to freeze welfare payments and ban pornography and alcohol from Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory.”
“the Army implemented policies barring soldiers from taking part in racist hate groups. But the recent arrests of two paratroopers that authorities say were linked to extremist groups have prompted questions as to whether those policies are working.”
“new documentary “Reel Bad Arabs,” which makes the case that Hollywood is obsessed with “the three Bs” — belly dancers, billionaire sheiks and bombers — in a largely unchallenged vilification of Middle Easterners here and abroad.”
“Chin was attacked on June, 19, 1983, by two men with a baseball bat as he celebrated his pending nuptials at a Warren strip club. He was beaten so badly he was in a coma for four days before he died.”
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