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Where’s the diversity on “The Bachelor?”

A class-action suit has been filed against ABC for claims of purposely excluding blacks, Asians and Latinos from star roles in its television shows, “The Bachelor,” and “The Bachelorette,” Newsday

Why are people so racist on the Internet?

Today I was reading a blog post by Issa Rae, a black woman who recently won an award for her web series, “The Mis-adventures of Awkward Black Girl.” After winning against 783 other web series for a

Did Rick Santorum almost drop the “N-bomb?”

Did Rick Santorum almost call our President the N-word? Here’s what I heard: “We know. We know the candidate Barack Obama what he was like. The anti-war, government nig-uh…(stumbling speech

Anderson Cooper will examine kids and race

CNN’s Anderson Cooper will have a week-long special about kids’ perceptions of race. Cooper said he wanted the study to examine how a diverse group of young children begin to form attitudes and

Southern Miss students: “Where’s your green card?”

  University of Southern Mississippi band members yelled “Where’s your green card?” to a Puerto Rican basketball player during a game Thursday, CNN reported. Southern Mississippi was playing Kansas

NAACP Image Awards Celebrity Sightings

I went to a viewing event for the NAACP Image Awards in Newark at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center on Friday. At the event, Roslyn Brock, the NAACP chairman, and A. Barry Rand, the CEO of AARP,

Should the “N-word” be taken out of books?

Do you think the “N-Word” should be taken out of novels? In books like Uncle Tom’s Cabin or The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the N-word is splashed throughout. The N-word is derogatory to many

Was there too much 9/11 coverage?

This past weekend, it was hard to find a news station that was not doing some sort of 9/11 coverage. Survivors and families of victims were seen mourning over losing their loved ones. Did you think it
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Bert and Ernie are just friends

Sesame Workshop said Bert and Ernie will not be getting married. “Bert and Ernie are best friends. They were created to teach preschoolers that people can be good friends with those who are very