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The university has seen several racially charged incidents over the past few weeks.
Lipscomb University’s President Putting Cotton on a Table at a Black Student Dinner Shows Why Cultural Awareness Matters
The president of Lipscomb University serving collard greens and cornbread to students with cotton centerpieces raises deeper questions about cultural awareness and white privilege.
“What we have is a legacy of policies that have disproportionately impacted people along racial and economic lines,” Mayor Lyda Krewson said. “This is institutional racism.”
In a Facebook post, an Ohio firefighter used a racial slur saying the lives of Blacks are less important than animals.
Magical thinking will not move the needle on your diversity efforts, or your career, if your leadership is not accountable for results.
Women account for only 13 percent of police officers across the U.S., but these six women are breaking the mold.
A photo of the young boy’s injuries went viral, and New Hampshire state authorities are now investigating.
“I was just mostly shocked and I wanted to ask them why they did it,” said Kylan Smallwood, the team’s quarterback and only Black varsity player.
An art collective created the display in “protest of white nationalist uprising in the United States.”
“He wanted to take the flag with him, and he just apologized and said, ‘Man, I’ll sit in the back of your truck,’” Derrick Lewis said.
“We are alarmed by the racist demonstrations, with overtly racist slogans, chants and salutes by white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and the Ku Klux Klan, promoting white supremacy and inciting racial discrimination and hatred,” said Anastasia Crickley, who chairs the U.N. panel.
The player says the effectiveness of anthem protests would grow with white players’ involvement.
The president called it “sad” that America’s history — the part engrained in a legacy of slavery and racism — was “being ripped apart.”
Trump’s statements yesterday drew a line that divides good from evil. There is no moral equivalence. You have a right to know where leadership stands.
Spencer, an “academic racist” who said he doesn’t take President Trump’s statement against white supremacy seriously, is planning a college tour.
Word to the wise, this is what happens when weak minds go to waste.
President Trump’s statements on Charlottesville were designed not to rile his most loyal base — white supremacists.
Social media users slammed the "Black,” “Caucasian,” "Asian" and "Indian" filters.
LaDainian Tomlinson honored his great-great-great-grandfather, who was “brought here in chains in a slave ship from West Africa.”
Will Poulter said he had been forced to “embrace ignorance” in order to play a racist officer who taunts, pistol-whips and beats up a group of Black men and two white women.
The NAACP and allies rallied at the Capitol in Jefferson City to dissuade the signing of a bill that fails to protect minorities.
“I’m a cop. I do not agree with or condone the POTUS’ remarks on police brutality. Those that applauded and cheered should be ashamed,” tweeted Gainesville Police Department’s Ben Tobias.
President Trump took the time to slam former President Obama as well as praise a man with a legacy rooted in racism.