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Look at HBO: How amazingly diverse you are!

I came across a cool new writing opportunity being sponsored by HBO. In an effort to find diverse new voices, they are putting together a writing fellowship where a lucky winner will get to spend 8 months in LA working with and being mentored by some well-known HBO insiders. 728 more words


Bigotry Against Working-Class Whites

A regular feature of American political journalism is the spectacle of bourgeois liberals publicly wondering why so many working-class whites are conservative. At The New York Times… 2,709 more words


Change the Name Boycott of Corporate Sponsors of the D.C. NFL Team -- March Update

                                        Seattle Human Rights Commission

1963 – 2015   ·   52 years of championing human rights and fostering a just future

March 3, 2015

Hogen Adams, Lochen Silva, Yale Law School NALSA, and UW NALSA Join Change the Name Boycott of Corporate Sponsors of the D.C. 381 more words

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A Reflection on Black History Month

This past weekend marked the end of February, and I think now is a good time to take a moment to look at everything Black History Month… 697 more words


What do those Black People Want Anyway?

Two White men overheard talking at a coffee shop (Read while listening to Glory from Selma)

Ron:  You know it seems all we hear about are Black problems these days.   934 more words

‘Worst Negro in history': Clarence Thomas catches hate after SCOTUS ruling

The irony of Clarence Thomas opposing affirmative action is almost tragic in its grandeur and scope.

— Adam Feldman (@FeldmanAdam) April 22, 2014

As Twitchy reported, the Supreme Court voted 6 to 2 today (Justice Kagan did not participate) to uphold Michigan’s right to prohibit affirmative action in college admissions.

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Former Footballer, Sol Campbell, wants to be London Mayor - and why not?

Former England International, Arsenal and Spurs defender, “Sol” Campbell, who ended his football career on a bum note with a series of embarrassing performances followed by strange comments in the press blaming ‘institutionalised racism’, says: 387 more words