racism in America
The NBA has meted out swift justice. Today (April 29), NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced that Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life.
Believe it or not, there is a bright side to the ugly remarks made by LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling. A number of NBA players, including LeBron James and Kobe Bryant, have come forward to admonish the racist comments head on.
The entire world is none too pleased with Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling after a leaked conversation with his girlfriend exposed his disdain for her surrounding herself with Black people at their games.
The Internets reacted with swift social commentary about Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist remarks. For those in the dark about the matter, TMZ obtained an audio clip of Sterling giving his bi-racial girlfriend, V. Stiviano, an ultimatum about openly dealing with Black people on Instagram and overall.
Republicans have just been dealt another mile to climb in their uphill battle to prove that their party doesn’t directly identify with racism, after a Nevada man famous for battling the government in his area was videotaped saying some pretty dispablce remarks about African-Americans and Mexicans.
House Budget Chairman and former Vice President candidate Paul Ryan, R-Wi, has some explaining to do to African-Americans–and he will, following comments he made that basically implied Black people in the ghetto don’t work hard.
MLB Hall of Famer Hank Aaron is a living legend and that fact was certified a week ago when he and the Atlanta Braves celebrated the 40th anniversary of him breaking Babe Ruth’s home run record.
Accused child molester Woody Allen may have to add another unfortunate stigma to his name of “alleged racist” after a report is claiming he dismissed the notion of having any “Black gangsters” for his new play adaptation of one his previous films.
With all the clamor revolving around the Washington Washington Football Team to change their name due to the insensitivity towards Native Americans, the Cleveland Indians have ostensibly flown under the radar of national criticism.
Two very eloquent and intelligent brothers in T.I. and Richard Sherman are speaking out on behalf of NFL superstar DeSean Jackson in light of the huge co-sign the Washington Washington Football Team just blessed him with.
The Paula Deen restaurant embroiled in controversy due to celebrity chef’s own admittance of using the n-word freely because it was the “southern thing to do,“ has closed.