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  • The Sony Pictures hack has exposed racism in international markets
    Sony Pictures hack exposes ‘racist’ international films market
    In just one small part of the ongoing embarrassment to Sony Pictures over its recent hack comes the realization that an unnamed producer doesn’t want two-time Oscar winner Denzel Washington to star in films because he’s black. Why?...
  • Shark
    Did the Obama’s Jump the Shark with Racism Claims?
    Let’s face it- President Obama needs a lifeline. The politics of division has finally caught up with the progressives as evidenced by the recent mid-term elections.The “War on Women” strategy started to collapse once Americans...
  • Stinney
    Judge overturns unfair murder conviction 70 years later
    George Stinney, Jr. was only 14 years old when he, a black resident of Alcolu, South Carolina, was convicted in 1944 of murdering two white female children. He isn’t alive to celebrate the Dec. 16, 2014 date that Judge Carmen Mullins...
  • Bill de Blasio
    De Blasio quietly sought to put Eric Garner out of business
    Tensions are rising between New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and the city's Patrolman Benevolent Association, theAssociated Pressreports. Yesterday, Hizzoner took his case to the impartial panel of "The View," where he grumbled about a...
  • Jackson as Jules in "Pulp Fiction"
    Samuel L. Jackson challenges fellow celebs to sing out against racist cops
    I greatly admire Samuel L. Jackson for the commanding job he did in "Pulp Fiction," where he played one of the scariest hit men ever to grace the big screen. I just wish he would stick to acting and stop acting out.Jackson who is...
  • Demonstrators at UC Berkeley
    Riddle of who hung black effigies on UC Berkeley campus solved
    To the born skeptic, the whole shebang sounded like too much of an inside job to be an act of racial bigotry, as many on the left were hoping. The reference here is to effigies of black lynching victims found hanging at the University of...
  • Science may have developed a cure for bigotry
    Science may have developed a cure for bigotry
    Virtual reality and the innate ability of the human brain to bring together the impressions created by different senses may be a step toward conquering racial bigotry and stereotyping. Professor Manos Tsakiris of the Royal Holloway University of...
  • 5 Most compelling holiday stories
    5 Most compelling holiday stories
    Holiday season is a time for happiness, peace and joy. However, for many the holiday season is one of struggle and pain. As you celebrate the holiday season whether Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, Pancha Ganapati, Bodhi Day or many others take time...
  • Bill Cosby
    Bill Cosby tries to play race card against rape allegations
    Bill Cosby has finally broken his silence amid numerous allegations that he is a serial rapist and somnophiliac, but what he has to say is far from satisfying in the face of what he is accused of committing. The once loved comedian and father...
  •              Law students traumatized by police killings request final exam delay
    Law students traumatized by police killings request final exam delay
    Law students at Harvard, Columbia and Georgetown are requesting delays in their final exams because of the trauma they are experiencing by the horrors in Ferguson, Missouri; Cleveland, Ohio; Staten Island, N.Y. and Sanford, FL. The trauma the...
  • Political Correctness invades UCLA Law School
    Racist accusations at UCLA
    When Prof. Robert Goldstein asked a hypothetical question at the UCLA Law School, Elie Mystal accused him of being "racially insensitive." Mystal also accused Prof. Goldstein of asking a "racially insensitive and divisive question...
  • Amy Pascal
    Do Amy Pascal and Sony hacked emails show hypocrisy of Hollywood?
    On Thursday, Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman Amy Pascal spoke to Deadline.com about hacked emails in which she was accused of being racist. "Should I ask him if he liked DJANGO?" Pascal wrote in an email about Obama, referring to...
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    Pledge to Help Unite Rochester
    Yesterday, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle ran the following article on its editorial page asking people in the Rochester area to take the Unite Rochester Pledge.Brockport are residents can also think of it as a pledge to Unite Brockport,...
  • Dictionary
    Latest hate crime: Using the English language correctly
    EditorialNever one to be confused as a foaming-at-the-mouth right winger (such as myself) author and professional student DaShanne Stokes once correctly stated, "People often call fighting discrimination being 'PC' because they don&...
  • Puerto Ricans: 'Perfect humans'
    Puerto Ricans are perfect, says a Berkeley biologist, as others refute claim
    “Weeeepaaaaa” has been heard recently throughout the Puerto Rican community via social media after a paper surfaced from a computational biologist and U.C. Berkeley professor that claims Puerto Ricans are “genetically perfect....