Racism

Racism Not ‘Limited To The Klan, Birthers, The Tea Party Or Republicans’ According To Duke University Sociologist

Racism Not ‘Limited To The Klan, Birthers, The Tea Party Or Republicans’ According To Duke University Sociologist

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit CNN published an interesting article in December 2014 entitled The new threat: ‘Racism without racists.’ The rather lengthy article deals with the failure of any meaningful “national conversation on race,” noting that “such conversations rarely go anywhere: Whites and racial minorities speak a different language when they talk […]

Fox News Plays The Race Card, Blames ‘Women’s Rights Champions’ For Cosby Persecution

Fox News Plays The Race Card, Blames ‘Women’s Rights Champions’ For Cosby Persecution

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit Fox News has jumped into the controversy surrounding rape allegations made against Bill Cosby. Taking the position that “liberals are turning on Bill Cosby over rape allegations,” Fox News host Howard Kurtz claims Cosby’s treatment by the media is driven by distinctions between how conservatives view Cosby versus […]

Bill Maher’s Plea To Liberal College Students – VIDEO

Bill Maher’s Plea To Liberal College Students – VIDEO

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit As the Los Angeles Times reports, “there’s a special kind of irony emanating right now from the UC Berkeley campus. A group of offended students is trying to get the political satirist Bill Maher banned as the school’s winter graduation speaker, even as the campus is commemorating the […]

The American Civil Rights Movement And 10 Indications Racism Is Still Alive

The American Civil Rights Movement And 10 Indications Racism Is Still Alive

Share on Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail Reddit Next year marks the sesquicentennial anniversary of the nation’s Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution abolished slavery and involuntary servitude. That amendment, the first of three Reconstruction Amendments, was passed by the Senate on April 8, 1864, by the House on January 31, 1865, and adopted on December […]