Wow. After killing a bicyclist, she said this in a phone conversation: “an acquaintance believed she should get a medal and a parade because she had “taken out” a “tree hugger, a bicyclist, a Frenchman and a gay guy all in one shot.”"
“Sushi eaters said they were startled by reports of high levels of mercury, but they are not necessarily changing their habits.”
in “sessions conducted in the dormitories by resident assistants, Halligan and dozens of other White students complained that they were made to feel like racists. She adds that they were blamed for the legacy of racism…”
“A man has been indicted on federal charges for allegedly displaying hangman’s nooses from the back of a pickup truck during a civil rights march last year in Jena, Louisiana.”
“What in the world… can this really be? Lucy Liu’s character on Cashmere Mafia, Mia, romantically involved with an Asian man? “
“The central problem is that in exchange for access to Sudanese oil, Beijing is financing, diplomatically protecting and supplying the arms for the first genocide of the 21st century.”
“Rumor has it the higher ups at BET have been pressuring Sony behind the scenes for months to yank the episodes, including threatening legal action.”
“Ford examines the claims of bias that pervade modern American discourse in an attempt to understand why a growing number of people claim to be victims of bigotry in a country with fewer and fewer real bigots.”
“after that one minute of play, he never got another chance at a professional game, not even to sit on the bench. Today, sixty years later, both his legs are amputated below the knee, and he’s had to teach himself to walk again”
” I attended another ‘Absence of Color’ forum…this is the third talk in an action minded series focused on the lack of ethnic models on catwalks, in magazines, and gracing the covers of publications. “
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