racism in America
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Black History Month. A quaint period of time for America to acknowledge the contributions of African-Americans such as Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks–with a splash of racism baked in the middle.
A Tennessee judge who was religiously opposed to a Black baby’s name being Messiah and ordered the parents to change it to Martin, has been fired.
Racists and bigots everywhere will have no choice but to be subjected to the interracial harmony displayed by Cheerios come this Super Bowl Sunday.
Publicist are paid to work magic when it comes to damage control but Madonna should have known that her that it was too soon to swipe her Black card after dropping N-bombs in reference to her son on Instagram.
Dr. Martin Luther King’s big holiday has fallen victim to all sorts of disrespect in 2014. The most recent controversial blow to Dr. King’s legacy comes at the hands of Arizona State University fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon.
As in everything in life, there are good and bad firefighters in the world. The good ones risk their lives to prevent others from suffering a burning death, and even may appear quick-witted and crafty. The bad ones? Well, they play practical racist jokes on citizens they visit.
An interracial husband and wife out of East Point, GA were unamused to find their valet ticket had been used to reference their color contrast after dining a restaurant on New Year’s Day.
Teachers around the country have been under fire for their apparent issues with color as of late. A teacher in New Mexico was recently suspended for his remarks regarding Santa’s skin tone and now a Ohio teacher has been put on administrative leave for telling a student–who happened to be Black–that the United States does […]
Racism in America will probably never cease to exist but there are just some individuals who refuse to learn from the mistakes of the ostracized and outspoken.
December 1, 1955 marked a historical turning point in American Civil Rights history. On that winter day in Montgomery, AL, Rosa Parks became a symbolic figure for the movement when she refused to give up her seat to white passengers as fatigue from a long work day had set in.
In grammar schools worldwide, kids are taught to be comfortable with who they actually are. Or so it’s been made to believe. Vanessa VanDyke is a 12-year-old student at Faith Christian Academy in Orlando, FL. She tells local news outlets that she values her uniqueness and takes pride in it.
Corporate authorities for Burger King are issuing out apologies for a phrase that appeared on one of their billboards most would deem offensive.