“Hundreds of tough broads took to the streets of Johannesburg today to show solidarity with a woman who was sexually assaulted for wearing a miniskirt.”
“This is a truly disgusting ad. The naked torso has the Chinese words for “Chinese Laundry” written on her side. The advertisement implies that diners of this restaurant will be able to conquer the East, not only gastronomically, but sexually.”
“Vivian Stringer is the head coach of the Rutger’s women’s basketball team…However, her story and her influence as a pioneering woman extends well beyond the Imus controversy.”
LOL “there’s something rather attractive about a country that’s long, thick, and erect with a curve at the end called, of all things, Tierra del Fuego.”
“I turned and lashed out at a man who made a comment about a woman in front of me who was using food stamps. Her crime? She was buying a birthday cake along with her groceries.”
“this year’s State of Black America report, issued Wednesday by the National Urban League. It features essays looking at the array of challenges faced by African-American women”
“Putting to rest any lingering concerns among black voters that presidential candidate Barack Obama isn’t “black enough,” Senator Hillary Clinton’s campaign aided Obama’s struggle, by darkening photos of him in a recent campaign ad.”
“Life imitating art or just a coincidence? A study of campaign coverage found the media took a sharper look at Barack Obama the week after “Saturday Night Live” spoofed journalists enthralled by his candidacy.”
“Senate Republicans are set to announce today the hardest-hitting package of immigration enforcement measures seen yet — one that would require jail time for illegal immigrants caught crossing the border”
“Observers call for more caution and fact checking. Others note a history of white artists appropriating the experiences of racial minorities.”
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