A clueless mother and "educator" writes about teaching her African daughters not to "see color."
A writer for the
Federalist, a conservative publication that uses tags in its stories like "Black Crime" to catalog incidents, and defended Roy Moore dating teenagers, wrote a story about her African adopted daughters not being Black girls, but Americans.
"It's always about Brown and Black people and that's not the truth," Hostin said.
Things got a little heated Monday on ABC's "The View" when co-hosts right-wing conservative Meghan McCain (daughter of the late Sen. John McCain) and Sunny Hostin got into a debate about undocumented immigrants and U.S. open borders.
This isn't the first time that the giant retailer has sold politicized apparel. Conservatives are just being hypocritical again.
Walmart (a DiversityInc Noteworthy Company) is selling "Impeach 45" and "Impeach Trump" baby and adult apparel for opponents of the controversial 45th president of the United States and conservatives are furious. In fact, many took to Twitter to voice their outrage.
Ryan Fournier, president of the student coalition behind President Donald Trump, tweeted on Wednesday:
More than 100 faculty members at Notre Dame have actually requested to have their names added to the list.
Following a barrage of racist tweets at Leslie Jones, co-star of "Ghostbusters," Milo Yiannopoulos' account was permanently suspended.
Milo Yiannopoulos is a tech editor at conservative news site Breitbart with a penchant for Internet trolling, but he has sent his final tweet. After inciting a barrage of racist tweets aimed at "Saturday Night Live" comedian Leslie Jones, Yiannopoulos was permanently suspended from Twitter on Tuesday.