For those who don’t have access to Netflix but have been meaning to check out the streaming service’s powerful documentary “13th,” you’re in luck.
“I’d like her to return to being a male and let loose in the outback of Zimbabwe where she lives comfortably in a cave with Maxie, the gorilla,” he said of First Lady Michelle Obama.
Nassau County police are investigating as a hate crime the recent discovery of graffiti spray painted on a Mineola sidewalk that included swastikas, racial slurs and the phrase “Make America White Again.” The phrase is a play on Republican President-Elect Donald Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.” The bias incident was reported at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday outside of a home on Washington Avenue near the corner of Elm Place two blocks from Mineola village hall.
According to police, the two suspects—a man and a woman—grew angry after they were denied “slushies” because the gas station wasn’t able to make the frozen beverages at that time. They became more enraged when a store clerk denied their use of an electronic food stamps card to purchase several other unidentified items.
The murderous rampage on a summer evening in Charleston evoked visceral reactions and brought back memories of the church’s birth more than two centuries ago.
“At the very core of America’s invention and creation there is this clear prejudice against people of color, and that’s part of America’s original birth defect.”
There are many great examples of how white people can feel closely connected to black people. None of them should ever end with calling yourself "black."
The diverse group of protesters stormed city streets, forcing the shut down of Broadway, the West Side Highway, Brooklyn Bridge and Holland Tunnel.
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