"A new study, though, suggests that stereotyping is a psychological process that actually promotes a broader 'stereotyping' attitude that affects all minority communities, not just the ones being actively stereotyped. In other words, my stereotype is your stereotype, too."
"Leon Drolet, former chairman of the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative, which successfully amended the state constitution with Proposal 2, said that the trip 'absolutely' violated Proposal 2.
"'If it was directed, guided, organized by the school district, they cannot say they are doing a field trip today for blacks only, or for whites only, or for Hispanics only or for Asians only,' Drolet said."
"The newest fashion upstart to grab hold of the potentially racist blackface reigns is Paris-based Mongolian designer Tsolmandakh Munkhuu. The emerging designer covered and photographed her models in black paint from head to toe for the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography in the South of France this past weekend. The result? According to A Shaded View of Fashion, she was given a prestigious fashion award for her collection which included an all black repertoire of looks, skin included."
Fascinating comparisons of how the Census framed The Race Question. –AJP
"It's not much, just an extra three letters on the front of a tanktop, but it means a lot more. As Kerr said, the Suns want to 'make sure that people understand that we know what's going on and we don't agree with the law itself.' For a sports team, that's huge."
The group, which lists its location as "Marysville, OH, 43040," currently has over 1 million members–Facebook users who say they "like" the group. It includes an album of anti-"Obama imagery uploaded by the group's members–what Facebook labels "fan photos–that show the president against a communist flag, juxtaposed with insulting and derisive captions, or even a cartoon 'associating Obama to Hitler.'"
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