Huh? “In an industry-wide effort on the part of cable networks to completely dumb down their programming, formerly high brow channel, IFC, has aquired the rights to R. Kelly’s “Trapped In The Closet” and is developing 10 new episodes with him.”
“Growing up in Los Angeles, it was easy for this young Native American writer to pass as Mexican. Gang life was a side effect of his identity crisis until he decided to turn his life around. “
“A recent survey found that a significant number of Asian Americans voted for the first time in 2006. The survey also pointed out that a growing number of Asians, particularly Chinese Americans call themselves “independent voters,” and do not affiliat
“I don’t buy the argument that because immigrants don’t identify as people of color, they can’t get down with a racial analysis. American racism, after all, is an extension of white supremacist colonialism”
“The Oakland City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to spend the next four months working with the Wayans development group, pinning its hopes that the partnership will produce a world-class movie studio and arts, entertainment and retail destination s
Maybe Angelina Jolie will play the Asian sidekick role, immortalized by Bruce Lee. “The doughy star of this summer’s breakout hit, “Knocked Up,” is finalizing a deal to write, and likely star in, Columbia’s bigscreen adaptation of “Green Hornet.”"
“As speculation mounts that Don Imus will return to the airwaves after his ouster in April for racist and sexist remarks, the National Association of Black Journalists, the first organization to call for his removal three months ago, says no way.”
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