“China’s superpower status in table tennis has created a prickly problem for the sport: Nearly all the world’s most competitive players are Chinese. And that has made for a lot of mixed feelings.”
“Madonna is planning to adopt another child, this time a baby girl from India…she is “over the moon” about the prospect of teaching India’s native customs to her new daughter, which include…showing her how to properly apply a bindi”
“What we’ve got here is a story about women’s issues, labor issues, immigrant rights…Of course they couldn’t manage to report on it without setting up the scene of some seedy underground world filled with alluring and submissive foreign women.”
The documentary addresses many modern-day internalized racist psychological dispositions (subconscious forms of internalized racism) which are unknowingly passed down from generation to generation due to the globalization and pervasiveness of “Whiteness
Since when is “Tiger Woods” an acceptable term for a mixed race candidate? SMH.
“I was recently asked to find a “Hispanic” or “Asian” comedian for an event. What does that mean? Do they want a good, funny comedian who happens to be of Hispanic or Asian decent? Or do they want anyone who is Hispanic or Asian to fit some theme
“[T]he article failed because—in its desire to make fun of me and our efforts—it revealed shockingly simplistic, stereotypical attitudes about our Native American students and their ancestors.”
“In his column, Ali Eteraz rightly condemns the institutional discrimination that exists against religious minorities in Pakistan, including the establishment of separate electorates for Hindus (dating from 1973), and an anti-Ahmadiyya blasphemy law that
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