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  • Taped Mouth
    Protest March In Washington DC Demands Change
    Washington D.C., USA – December 13, 2014. Thousands of people came together to march to the U.S. Capitol to bring attention to the recent killings of unarmed black men by police. Many held photos of loved ones and friends that were killed by...
  • How Can We See Each Other as UNIQUE and Get Us Past Different?
    How can we see each other as UNIQUE and get past Different?
    Watching the news over the past few weeks, I could not help but notice that racial issues are still plaguing our nation today.There is a disconnect going on with racial profiling and we need a deeper dialogue to understand what is going on.You may...
  • Candea and Sam Aarons
    Couple gets racial slur on valet ticket
    A couple from Georgia had a less than ideal start to the new year when they left a restaurant with a valet ticket that had a racial slur on it.ABC reported that Candea and Sam Aarons dined at Spondivits in East Point on Jan. 1. When they retrieved...
  • Renisha McBride shooter charged
    Racial implications in the shooting of Renisha McBride
    Detroit prosecutors announced today their intentions of charging Theodore Wafer with 2nd degree murder, manslaughter, and the unlawful use of an unregistered weapon in the racially implicated shooting death of Renisha McBride.The trending question...
  • "Good Night Sweet Wife" movie
    'Good Night Sweet Wife' true story of Charles 'Chuck Stuart-Carol Dimaiti
    "Good Night Sweet Wife: A Murder In Boston" is a 1990 CBS movie that is based on the true story of Charles 'Chuck' Stuart and the murder of his pregnant wife Carol Stuart aka Carol DiMaiti Stuart. The movie also has the alternate...
  • paula deen standing ovation
    Paula Deen gets standing ovation in first public appearance since racial scandal
    Paula Deen got a standing ovation to thunderous applause from her audience of 1,500 fans at the Metropolitan Cooking & Entertainment Show in Houston on Saturday. In Paula's first public appearance since her N-word scandal, Deen broke down...
  • Red Lobster receipt
    Waitress receives racial remark on receipt instead of gratuity
    Tori Christina Jenkins is a waitress at the Red Lobster in Franklin, Tennessee. She served her customers as usual and went to deliver the bill to one table. The customer left her a receipt that displayed the usual gratuity section, where she found...
  • David Marsters
    David Marsters threatened Obama on Facebook: Shoot the 'n-word'
    According to an Inquisitr report on Thursday, David Marsters, a 68-year-old Maine resident, was visited by the United States’ Secret Service for having threatened President Barack Obama on the Internet. Quite unwisely, Marsters wrote the...
  • Christopher Lane murder suspect tweeted: '90% of white people are nasty'
    Christopher Lane murder suspect tweeted: '90% of white people are nasty'
    The shooting death of Australian college student Christopher Lane, in the small town of Duncan, Oklahoma, could have been racially motivated. Originally, police believed the crime was random, but a CNN news report reveals that police have looked...
  • Trayvon Martin's father
    Building inclusive curriculum in schools
    In 2011 GLSEN published the New York Schools Climate survey snapshot, which demonstrated that New York schools were not safe for many LGBT students. One particularly alarming piece of data states that 23% of schools featured an LGBT inclusive...
  • GinaMarie Zimmerman
    GinaMarie Zimmerman of Big Brother fired from job due to racist comments
    It was announced a while ago that GinaMarie Zimmerman has been fired by East Coast USA Pageant, Inc., for her racist remarks recorded on the live feeds out of the Big Brother house. East Coast USA Pageant released this statement this evening:We...
  • John Sims Cooper City Commissioner posts racial comment on Facebook
    John Sims Cooper City Commissioner posts racial comment on Facebook
    There is a good way to use social media by making a positive presence for a company or brand. John Sims, Cooper City commissioner, decided to use social media in the wrong (or completely moronic) way. The Sun Sentinel reported on Dec. 5, 2012 that...
  • Young Asian Art
    Asian Americans - Rising vs. Risen
    Examiner.com articleAsian Americans – Rising vs. RisenThe mid-June 2012 Pew Report on America’s now-dominant immigrant minority, Asian Americans, received plenty of praise but also one or two notes of redress. One of the latter was...
  • Being in Unity on the Path of Life
    Listen to Your Own Heart Song
    You have your own melody. You are an individual. Your mind is the only thinker and you make choices in what comes from those thoughts every moment of your life.Your emotions, are your emotions, they may be influenced by others just as your...
  • Blu-ray/DVD Combo: The Help
    Blu-ray/DVD Combo review: The Help
    Synopsis ~ The Help is a courageous and empowering story about very different and extraordinary women in the 1960s South who build an unlikely friendship around a secret writing project. The Help stars Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Bryce Dallas...