Two University of Connecticut students were arrested for saying racial slurs. They claim they weren’t saying them to anyone when they were recorded saying the offensive words. Two white students were allegedly “playing a game” when they were captured on video by a black person shouting the racial slurs. Their arrests are prompting lawmakers to […]
The President has expanded his travel ban. This time he has included 4 African nations one of which is the most populous country on the continent with the largest economy. The President has included Nigeria on the travel ban. Many Nigerians don’t know why they aren’t welcome in the U.S. The U.S. has been an […]
Judge David J. Hale rejected President Trump’s defense against a lawsuit that claims he provoked violence at one of his rallies.
I’m proud to say that I’ve finally joined the masses of people blown away by comedic mastermind Jordan Peele’s thriller Get Out. I’ve never been a horror movie fan but from the time I saw the trailer, I knew that it wasn’t going to be the typical stab and slash flick. From the beginning of […]
The course dives into the microagressions and direct messaging people of color deal with in the corporate world and addresses the lack of diversity in the ad industry.
ESPN anchor Sage Steele is in hot water once again for her comments involving black people and racism. During a recent panel discussion on race, Steele reportedly revealed that her worst experiences with racism in America have been at the hands of black people because she is biracial, married to a white man and has […]
Fox News mouthpiece Geraldo Rivera announced that he resigned from his position as an associate fellow of Calhoun College after Yale University said it was renaming its college that pays tribute to John C. Calhoun, a former slave owner and notorious white supremacist. “Been an honor but intolerant insistence on political correctness is lame,” Rivera […]
Beyonce’s little sis, Solange, herself a Grammy winner Sunday night for her song “Cranes In The Sky” from A Seat At the Table, has weighed in on her sister’s Grammy snub. She says that it’s not just about Beyoncè, but about the continuous oversight of Black Grammy artists in the four major categories, including Album […]
A Virginia judge sentenced five teens, convicted for spray-painting racial slurs on an abandoned building, to read books about diversity. Should the punishment for racial crimes be a trip to the library?