“The Federal Emergency Management Agency manipulated scientific research to play down the danger posed by formaldehyde in trailers issued to hurricane victims, according to an investigation by congressional Democrats.”
“Which reality-show clogged network…had an informal ban on considering cast members who were “too black.” They claimed it was because darker skin tones were hard to pick up on camera.”
“Sid College Coordinator Kelly Penrod stepped into her office at 7:50 a.m. on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday last Monday and discovered that her office had been vandalized with food waste and a written racially charged attack.”
“Yesterday, the New York chapter of the National Organization for Women put out a shrilltastic press release condemning Ted Kennedy’s endorsement of Barack Obama as “the ultimate betrayal.”" dnA links to feminist blog reactions.
“I’ve noticed this phenomenon all over the TV–many otherwise articulate people cannot talk about race in an intelligent manner.”
“In the most recent sign that Corporate America really likes us (and wants our money) H&R Block today announced that it has opened not one but 257 Latino offices designed specifically to serve Hispanic tax payers.”
What About Our Daughters’ Gina McCauley interviews Jesse Jackson about Obama’s win, the Clinton strategy and the long road ahead
“He’s built a campaign on cross-cultural, multi-generational grassroots movements and community building, and I believe he reflects what this nation needs—a radical change in direction of this country.”
Oh HELL no! “Several producers of “Crash” have signed on to produce a 13-episode television series based on that Academy Award-winning film.”
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