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Race — always a subtext in American politics — has moved center stage in this year’s presidential campaign. Commentary by Jesse Jackson.
AP investigation finds messages that “were overtly racially charged, supportive of violent actions, or broadly hostile to Muslims.”
Mayor of Huachuca City, Arizona, outraged by Border Mayors Association event invitation written in English and "Spanish/Mexican."
Vice President Biden: "...a recipe for playing into the hands of terrorists and their propaganda.”
The head of the American Nazi Party says Trump’s “campaign statements, if nothing else, have SHOWN that ‘our views’ are NOT so ‘unpopular.’”
“Go down to certain areas and watch and study, make sure other people don’t come in and vote five times.”
In blocking the stay the court "merely returns North Carolina's voting procedure to the status quo prevailing before the discriminatory law was enacted," the order states.
A former KKK grand dragon allegedly killed a local doctor, his 14-year-old grandson, and a woman at a pair of Jewish facilities – and at least two of his victims were Christian.
The White Guy explains why Kanye West's statement "George Bush doesn't care about Black people" can't be racist. Read his explanation here.
There's no business case for diversity unless you make it, says DiversityInc's CEO Luke Visconti. How can a company manage diversity to produce positive results?
Question: Amazing. You said blacks can't be racist towards whites in the USA. What would you call the attacks on the white girls in California by a group of blacks recently? What about areas, like cities, where blacks predominate? Can the powers that be, the blacks in this case, be racist? And if race is based on hierarchy in the U.S. as you said, it is assumed you meant whites were at the top. Is this not a racist statement?
Question: Why do white people make racist jokes about other cultures in front of blacks and expect us to go along with it when we know they make jokes about us when we leave the room?
Question: After the Michael Richards incident, I'd really like to know if you think all white people (and perhaps I should say all people) are racist at heart and that their true feelings are submerged by political correctness. Is that latent rage there in everyone?
Question: I've had employees ask, "Why is it OK to have executive incentives or mentor programs in place to help minorities and women, but none for the rest of us?"