The networks are graded in eight different categories, based on three main criteria: institutional measures taken by them to employ Latinos; actual hiring ("out and out" performance); and submission of statistical data, defined in the memorandum of understanding that enable the NLMC to measure the degree of diversity by the media companies.
The pagent is part of a tradition of many North American tribes respecting GLBT members, often called "two spirits."
Perhaps she wasn't aware that Tiger is reportedly one-quarter American Indian because on the audition tape she rants: "On the reservation, you either stay there and drink or you get out and try something new."
One Times reporter who asked to remain unnamed was mildly flabbergasted, saying, "After seeing the gift guide, I'm guessing all that ink we spilled after the election of Obama about a post-racial America didn't get read internally. It goes right up there in the pantheon of tone-deaf boneheadedness." Another reporter who also requested anonymity pointed out that the guide was created by a person of color, saying, "Critics of the Times tend to do this — they tend to attack something niche-y as if it was formulated and written by The White Powers that Be at the paper, like they're pushing some fetishized version of how black people think and what they would want."