Racism Blog Posts

YOU TUBE VIDEO BLOGGER, #ADAMSALAD SAYS HE WAS TOSSED FROM #DELTA PLANE BECAUSE

YOU TUBE VIDEO BLOGGER, #ADAMSALAD SAYS HE WAS TOSSED FROM #DELTA PLANE BECAUSE HE SPOKE TO HIS MOM ON HIS CELL PHONE IN ARABIC BUT PLEASE REMEMBER #ADAMSALAH IS ALSO A FAMOUS YOU TUBE VLOGGER THAT PULLS “PRANKS & HOAX’S” ON OTH...
by PAULA REVERE PRESS on Dec 21, 2016

Japanese Racism

The first time I had a white kid in my English class, I couldn’t stop staring at him. He was floating among a sea of Asian faces in our sweaty, countryside classroom. I rattled my head and gazed briefly out the window. Steam was rising from the mou...
by Japanese Rule of 7 on Oct 31, 2016

Lethal Police PracticesPolice killings of Black men continue to be in the news. Nevertheless it came as a shock and surprise to me when I learned that so far this year police have killed 708 persons. If they continue at this rate there will be close...
by Out of the Woods on Oct 26, 2016

“RAPIST” #NATEPARKER IS THE SUBJECT OF #BLACKPRIVILEDGE

PR PRESS We don’t know who you and your roommate raped in college; we have no idea what race or culture she is but what we do know is that she was a woman who never gave YOU & HIM...
by PAULA REVERE PRESS on Aug 20, 2016

“It is not my Responsibility”: White Americans refuse to take Racism SeriouslyThe Boston Globe reports that Mayor Marty Walsh has begun a series of discussions on race in the city. The meetings are private and by invitation only. Little inf...
by Out of the Woods on Aug 19, 2016

Blue Was The Sky - or, Ballad of the Dissonant Mind

I was standing on the street. All alone. The streets were empty. For the moment anyway, traffic was non-existent.A man came up to me and said."Sky, it's purple."I looked up at the sky. It was the clearest blue I had ever seen. Not a cloud in the sky.
by Murdockinations on Aug 4, 2016

Mariam Veiszadeh: Shedding Light and Hope on Islamophobia in Australia

'Islamophobia in Australia', Mariam Veiszadeh's address to the Castan Centre's Human Rights Law conference on 22 July 2016, had a heightened sense of urgency given the international situation. She is the founder and President of the Islamophobia Regi...
by Red Bluff on Aug 2, 2016

And Liberty and Justice for AllIt is the first week of July and once again time to congratulate ourselves on our love of freedom, on our democracy and dedication to equality. Reminding ourselves of our wealth and power, our preeminent position in the...
by Out of the Woods on Jul 13, 2016

On last week’s shootings of and by police

Yesterday, I read a blog post calling for white people to use their privilege and speak up about racial violence.  Okay, so here goes. I have been sickened lately by all the violence by police against black people who haven’t done anything wro...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Jul 10, 2016

Muslim Eid festival cancelled in London due to rising racial tensions after Brexit vote

The recent BrExit vote out of European Union has started telling its negative effects, specially for the Muslims living in the UK. It has been announced that the annual Muslim central prayer to celebrate has been cancelled du...
by Imposing Headlines on Jul 4, 2016

“Two WHITE Men Set On FIRE By Blacks Near Baltimore … Media Silent”

Never heard or saw this before, though it happened six months ago. If the rolls were reversed though it would still be national news! H/T to my friend on Google + 1 Frank Terroni for sharing this. Here’s the video he shared. Two … Cont...
by Roberts Thoughts on Jun 7, 2016

Cry For Me O Africa

Cry For Me O AfricaRacism is bad and it's even worst if it is practiced in India which has the first hand experience of sufferings of such abuse. There are incidents of racial attacks in Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Delhi. Recently Masunda Kitada Ol...
by lamhat(moments) on May 27, 2016

Find My Way by Tasha LaRae (UNofficial music video by SAINJ Productions)

International recording artist, Tasha LaRae, was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. Shortly after her first year of college, she relocated to Atlanta, GA to pursue a career in music.In 2008, Ms. LaRae began traveling internationally as the female le...
by When We Speak TV on May 25, 2016

Renting an Apartment in Japan

I recently moved to a new apartment, my sixth since coming to Japan, and I couldn’t be happier. My first place left a wee bit to be desired, consisting of a dreary, small box with alternating views of a machine shop and a cinder-block wall. Wel...
by Japanese Rule of 7 on May 14, 2016

Tasha LaRae "Find My Way"

International recording artist, Tasha LaRae, was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. Shortly after her first year of college, she relocated to Atlanta, GA to pursue a career in music.In 2008, Ms. LaRae began traveling internationally as the female le...
by Power of the Tongue on May 4, 2016

Obama’s Civil Rights Divisions

Originally posted on Politically Short: For the past seven years and counting the Obama administration has been engaged in a silent war on the rights of the American people at the hands of an organized network of fringe leftist lawyers…...
by Roberts Thoughts on Apr 29, 2016

The Concept of White Privilege Does More Harm Than Good

'White privilege' and its cousins have achieved enormous prominence on the American left, from which it now seems to be spreading around the Western world. Rhetorically - as a slogan - it has an undeniable power. But from a moral perspective it is fl...
by The Philosophers Beard on Mar 23, 2016

Time to End 'White Privilege'

'White privilege' and its cousins have achieved enormous prominence on the American left, from which it now seems to be spreading around the Western world. Rhetorically - as a slogan - it has an undeniable power. But from a moral perspective it is fl...
by The Philosophers Beard on Mar 17, 2016

Why America is confused over Donald Trump

There is some interesting research about authoritarianism. Matthew MacWilliams, a doctoral candidate at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, conducted a poll in which Republicans were asked four questions about child-rearing. With each question,...
by Murdockinations on Mar 14, 2016

Of generalization and bullshit

Or should I say, of generalization bullshit. I just read an article on Observer (publisher is Donald Trump's son-in-law), talking about the "blatant racism" in Estonia. It is awful to see how much generalization is being used.
by Superbious on Feb 23, 2016
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