Post Tagged with: "Obama"
The West Virginia high school teacher has been suspended for her racist Twitter rants.
Says people “sometimes have blind spots … but that doesn’t mean that they’re not open to learning and caring about equality and justice … there’s goodness in the majority of people.”
"I'd invite Mr. Trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes," the president said of Trump's allegations of a "rigged election."
Fellow Republicans have called on Dan Johnson to drop out of the race after numerous racially charged Facebook posts — but he vowed to "make Kentucky great again."
Obama said the comments would disqualify Trump from even a job at a convenience store.
The subject has come up during the presidential campaign following slew of police-related shootings.
Is the BLM movement destined to be as successful as the Civil Rights Movement? Early results say yes.
Ibtihaj Muhammad will be America's first Muslim woman to compete in the 2016 Olympics for international fencing.
Obama administration considers team’s name "a relic of the past and believes it should be changed."
Politicians divided along party lines; Cuban exiles divided along generational lines.
Republican politicians say they plan on winning over the Latino vote, but their actions continue to alienate the very group that could potentially be responsible for deciding the next President.
More particulars about President Obama’s immigration-reform plan have been revealed, and they include the ability to pay for a citizenship application with a credit card. See what the other changes will be made here.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of Dreamers permanently keeping the temporary license issued to them last month, giving them access to the same rights as other non-citizens.
During the GOP’s Spanish-language rebuttal to President Obama’s State of the Union address, Congressman Carlos Curbelo of Florida deviated from the English version on just one topic: immigration. Why was the subject only directed at Latinos? Watch both speeches here.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama praised the nation for rising above the economic crisis and War on Terror and vowed to veto anything that gets in the way of bettering the middle class. Watch Obama’s speech in its entirety here.
The Sony email leak reveals a racist email exchange between high-powered Hollywood executives mocking the President. Find out here what was said in those emails.
Elizabeth Lauten releases a public apology and resigns after receiving major backlash for criticizing Malia and Sasha Obama during the President’s annual turkey pardon. Find out what Lauten had to say about the first daughters here.
In his revolutionary executive-action speech, President Obama promises protection from deportation to 5 million undocumented immigrants and outlines his new plan. Find out what you need to know about this groundbreaking change in immigration law. Watch the speech here.
President Barack Obama held a star-studded celebration at the White House to honor the anniversary of the Special Olympics.
President Barack Obama gives the LGBT community protection against workplace discrimination with a newly signed executive order.
The President announces $104 million boost for his initiative, which promises to improve education for Black and Latino boys. Watch the President’s address here.
In a televised interview, the attorney general points to race as a component for the pushback that Republicans give the President. See the full clip here.
Despite continued GOP criticism, the President makes a request for emergency aid to help with the recent border surge. Read about the administration’s plans here.
In an attempt to shock readers, the WestView News runs an opinion piece by James Lincoln Collier titled “The N-word in the White House.” See how New Yorkers reacted here.