Dear White People’s Jeremy Tardy Accuses Lionsgate and Netflix of ‘Racial Discrimination’: ‘It is the Very Epitome of Hypocrisy’

Annabel Nugent Sept. 11, 2020 The Independent “Dear White People” actor Jeremy Tardy revealed that he will not be returning to the show due to experiences of “racial discrimination”. In a series of Twitter posts, which have garnered nearly 30,000 likes, Tardy chronicled the events that led to his exit

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Trump Slammed After Firing Off Outrageous New Insults at Senator Kamala Harris

POLITICS 09/09/2020 05:00 am ET By Ed Mazza President Donald Trump is coming under criticism for hurling a series of insults at Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) during a campaign rally in North Carolina on Tuesday. “People don’t like her,” Trump said of former Vice President Joe Biden’s running mate. “Nobody likes her.”

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Trump Already Leaning Into Kamala Harris Birther Conspiracy Theories

POLITICS 08/13/2020 08:32 pm ET By Lydia O’Connor It only took two days from the time Joe Biden announced Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate for President Donald Trump to begin entertaining a racist birther conspiracy about her. A reporter asked Trump at a Thursday news conference for his

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Report: Coronavirus Will Make Income Inequality Even Worse for Black and Brown Americans

by Derek Major August 3, 2020 The Coronavirus pandemic has hit low-income Black and Latino Americans harder than other groups and, as a result, the income divide in the U.S. will likely rise, according to a new report. The report released July 23 by Deloitte, states before the coronavirus pandemic and the

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Trump Won’t Be Paying His Respects To John Lewis At Capitol Hill

By David Moye POLITICS 07/27/2020 03:36 pm ET Thousands of people are expected to visit Capitol Hill to pay respects to congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis, but President Donald Trump won’t be one of them. “No, I won’t be going,” the president told reporters Monday. “No.” “I won’t

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Trump Called Out To His Face After Blaming Obama For ‘Broken’ Coronavirus Tests

05/01/2020 04:41 am ET By Ed Mazza President Donald Trump blamed his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, on Thursday for leaving him with faulty tests for coronavirus infections. “The last administration left us nothing,” Trump said. “We started off with bad, broken tests and obsolete tests.” But Obama left office in 2017

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No Charges Against Andrew Gillum After The Politician & CNN Contributor Was Linked To Suspected Meth Overdose

By Anita Bennett March 14, 2020 4:47pm Andrew Gillum, a rising star in the Democratic party and a CNN contributor, has apologized after he was found in a Miami Beach hotel room early Friday with a man who overdosed on what police believe was crystal meth. Gillum, 40, rose to

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Lawmakers Pass Bill Allowing Confederate Monument Removals

SARAH RANKIN Associated Press March 8, 2020, 1:26 PM EDT RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Some of Virginia’s scores of Confederate monuments could soon be removed under legislation state lawmakers approved Sunday. The Democratic-led House and Senate passed measures that would undo an existing state law that protects the monuments and

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GOP Sends Black Georgia Congresswoman Rep. Lucy McBath a “For Sale” Sign with Her Name On It

By Luke Darby February 26, 2020 At Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg got a little too honest. Referring to the wave of newly elected congressional Democrats who flipped control of the House of Representatives in 2018, Bloomberg said, “Twenty-one of those were people that I spent

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Lynching Preachers: How Black Pastors Resisted Jim Crow and White Pastors Incited Racial Violence

Malcolm Brian Foley, PhD Candidate in Religion – Historical Studies, Baylor University The Conversation February 10, 2020, 8:57 AM EST White lynch mobs in America murdered at least 4,467 people between 1883 and 1941, hanging, burning, dismembering, garroting and blow torching their victims. Their violence was widespread but not indiscriminate:

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