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News Show Scrubs Social Media Of Heated Discussion On White Privilege
"Working with you will be the biggest regret of my career," host Al Jackson told Beau Davidson during their argument on "Daily Blast Live."
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Viola Davis Wants People To Know 'There Are Different Types Of Women Of Color'
The Oscar-winning actress discussed her role in the upcoming crime thriller "Widows."
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Women Of Color Are Viable Candidates No Matter What Their Communities Look Like
A’shanti F. Gholar
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The idea that women of color can’t win in white-majority districts is outdated (and inaccurate).
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How Democrats Can Make Race A Winning Issue
A problem and an opportunity.
FOOD & DRINK
‘White People Food’ Is Creating An Unattainable Picture Of Health
There's a perception in the black community that eating healthy means eating like white people, but it doesn't have to be that way.
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In All 36 Years Of My Life, I've Never Felt As 'Seen' As I Did Watching 'Crazy Rich Asians'
, Guest Writer
I get to see a whole movie full of people who look like me being human beings.
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Donald Trump Once Considered Setting 'Blacks Against Whites' On 'The Apprentice'
“It would be the highest-rated show on television," Trump boasted on "The Howard Stern Show" in 2005.
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White House Can't 'Guarantee' Trump Didn't Use Slur
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about the alleged "N-word" tape at a press briefing.
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What I Learned When A Guy Insulted My Skin Color On A Date
, Guest Writer
Even though I’d cultivated an appreciation for my skin color over the years, what he said caused old feelings to resurface.
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Zendaya Explains Why She Intentionally Auditions For White Roles
"Let me get in the room. Maybe they’ll change their minds."
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Randy Moss Honored Black Victims Of Police Brutality At Hall Of Fame Induction
The former NFL player's tie listed the names of some of those killed by police, including Tamir Rice and Freddie Gray.
‘We Are Not A Number’: Black Activists Protest At Progressive Convention
Members of the “Black Ass Caucus” were disappointed in how Netroots Nation treated black conference-goers and panelists.
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Black Vegans Are Fighting The Power With Food
The best revenge we can take on the people who wish us ill may be live to fight ― and eat ― another day.
LeBron James Opens School For At-Risk Kids
LeBron James just opened up a public school in his hometown to help at-risk youth grow academically and emotionally.
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Boston Appoints Its First Black Police Commissioner
William Gross will take over the 2,200-person department in August.
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Roseanne Barr Goes Off The Rails Defending Racist Tweet That Ended Her Show
Roseanne Barr offers a new “explanation” of her racist tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett.
The Absurdist Dark Comedy 'Sorry To Bother You' Sheds Light On Everyday Racism
“Sorry To Bother You” may be an absurdist dark comedy, but it gets very real about everyday racism.
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What You Should Know About Code-Switching And How It Impacts The Black Community
For black Americans, code-switching could help you leave a police encounter unscathed. But changing how you speak isn't always enough to get around racism.
Black Man Booted From His Own Pool
Shayne Holland was just hanging out in the pool of his apartment complex when an off-duty cop tried to force him out.
How This Woman Overcame The Psychological Toll Of Being In India's Untouchable Caste
Sujatha Gidla was born into India's lowest social caste, the untouchables. Despite moving to the U.S., the psychological toll of being untouchable left her feeling inferior for years.
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Saying Goodbye To Kanye West And His Music
The rapper is no longer boosting the self-esteem of black folks. He’s only boosting his own.
Rick Santorum Blames Obama For Increased Racial Tensions In The U.S.
Obama did "more to exacerbate racism in this country," Santorum claims.
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Starbucks Closes 8,000 Stores To Address Pervasive Issue Of Implicit Racial Bias
Starbucks closed 8,000 stores nationwide for an afternoon of racial sensitivity training.
Cops Keep Getting Called On Black People for Being Black
Viral cell phone videos reveal a sobering reality: white people often call the cops on black people for no reason.
Two Women Detained By Border Patrol For Speaking Spanish
A Border Patrol agent detained two women near the Canadian border in Montana for speaking Spanish.
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How TV Reinforces Our Kinder, Gentler Response To White Drug Use
Pop culture staples reinforce deeply held cultural assumptions about the purity and goodness of white women.
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