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.
The question that finally shut Kanye West up.
Grief can last a while and is different for everyone. But for Kanye, the sudden loss of his mother, 11 years ago, may still feel like yesterday.
Many are exercising their choice to free themselves from the Yeezy ignorance on a platform.
Kanye, who had previous rantings on Twitter, deleted all his tweets in 2013 along with his account, right before the release of his album "Yeezus." He only returned to Twitter just short of a month ago.
The casting call caused a stir on Twitter debating the term "multiracial."
Recording artist, producer and fashion designer Kanye West began New York Fashion Week Spring 2017 with a casting call controversy. On Saturday, West used Twitter to post a model casting notice for his "Yeezy Season 4" fashion show.
A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou is under fire for using the N-word during the presentation for his latest line in Paris. The racist move has already cost him a lucrative partnership. Why did Touitou think this was OK? Find out here.
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.
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