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Former Major League Baseball Player Racially Profiled In Front Of His Home

Former Major League Baseball Player Racially Profiled In Front Of His Home

For those who think racism died in the 60′s, here is good slap of reality proving it’s quite alive, and kicking. In fact, it becomes all too glaring when Doug Glanville, a retired major league baseball player (Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies, Texas Rangers) shares his candid, disturbing, and unnerving story about being racially profiled while […]

Hank Aaron On Obama Critics: ‘Back then they had hoods. Now they have neckties and starched shirts’

Speaking on the40th  anniversary of his record breaking home run, Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron spoke to USA Today about race relations in America. Aaron told the paper that the country still has a long way to go when it comes to race relations and went on to compare critics of President Obama to […]

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Fox News And The Right Attack Ebony Magazine For Racism (VIDEO)

Oh, you’re going to love this one. Today the right wing media went absolutely insane – ok, well, more bat-shit-crazy than usual – attacking the digital editor of Ebony Magazine, Jamilah Lemieux. And just take one guess at what upset our crazy friends on the right this time. Come on, just one guess at what […]

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So What’s Up With #CancelColbert???

If you’ve taken a look at what’s trending on Facebook or Twitter in the past couple days, then surely you’ve noticed by now the #CancelColbert everywhere. And yes, they are talking about Stephen Colbert from Comedy Central. All of this hoopla started on Thursday after a tweet was posted from The Colbert Report which has since […]

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Ronald Reagan’s Racially Motivated Speeches And Tax Cuts (VIDEO)

In this interview with Bill Moyers, Ian Haney López discusses how Ronald Reagan used “racial tensions to sway middle-class white Americans to vote for policies not in their self-interest.” As reported by Moyers & Co., “In Dog Whistle Politics, author and legal scholar Ian Haney López describes how politicians use subtle, racially coded messages — […]

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