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What with the crazy dialogues surrounding racial injustice, immigration, and women’s rights throughout the Supreme Court’s wild 2015-2016 term, all eyes are on three cases in particular. READ MORE »


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On top of his standing as an athlete at a prestigious university, Turner had another factor working in his favor — his whiteness. READ MORE »


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By continuing to see the progress of other groups as a net loss for them, these “angry white voters” are always going to feel like they’re losing.  READ MORE »


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Sybrina Fulton and the mother of Davis McBath, Lucia, both spoke out against Sanders’ slip-up. READ MORE »


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The former Los Angeles County prosecutor who failed to convict OJ Simpson of murder in 1995 says she would probably fail to convict now, for the same reason: Jurors who didn’t care whether he was guilty or not. In an interview for an NBC Dateline special, Marcia Clark says some of the nine black jurors… READ MORE »


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Minnesotans have dealt with their fair share frigidness, but few things top the icy exchange Hillary Clinton had with a young Somali-American voter on Super Tuesday. Capture by NBC News, the tense conversation is one that is uncomfortable, yet important to watch. Whether you voted for Clinton (and will continue to) or not, it displays a… READ MORE »


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Facebook’s famous signature wall has become another battleground for diversity in tech. READ MORE »


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A study from USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism gave failing grades on measures of diversity for all of the major film studios, and only barely-passing grades on diversity in television to Amazon, Hulu, Disney, and the CW.

The study looked at 11,306 speaking roles in 414 films and television series, andREAD MORE »


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Spoiler alert: It’s the dominant culture, not those who are historically and continually oppressed. READ MORE »


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We’ve got a trophy for Bristol. READ MORE »


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White members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are finding every tired excuse possible to dismiss claims of racism in the Academy following a lily-white slate this year READ MORE »


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No. Just no. READ MORE »


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As a Black woman and college graduate, I want to stress the importance of having classes that connect women of color to their struggle, allowing them to form critical opinions of the societal structure pervasively recreated by media and culture. READ MORE »


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Last week, Daniel Holtzclaw was found guilty of 18 (out of 36) counts of rape and sexual misconduct. Some of his victims gathered to sing him “Happy Birthday” as he was carted off to jail after sobbing relentlessly like a fool in the courtroom. Many have taken to social media to comment on the outcome of the… READ MORE »


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Last night, gunfire interrupted a Black Lives Matter protest in Minneapolis when three white males, allegedly wearing masks and bullet proof vests, shot five people, all of whom thankfully survived. The protest was being held right near the 4th police precinct in north Minneapolis, and was in response to the police shooting death of an unarmed Black… READ MORE »


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Black women, as a demographic, refuse to be oppressed and silenced and that refusal is giving us the space to be heard, enumerate our struggles and demand justice. This makes me proud. READ MORE »


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Can we stop mincing words and dancing around what we know to be true, which is that the melted-rainbow-sherbet-faced dustpan full of hair clippings with a chapped asshole for a mouth is the most ragingly racist presidential candidate since George Wallace?READ MORE »


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