Fox News Staff Erupts Over Network Racism: Bosses ‘Created a White Supremacist Cell’


By: Lachlan Cartwright, Lloyd Grove, Andrew Kirell, Noah Shachtman and Justin Baragona Four days after Fox News aired a particularly tone-deaf graphic connecting the killings of Black men—including George Floyd and Martin Luther King Jr.—to stock market gains, many of the network’s Black staffers took part in a phone call with company brass to confront Fox’s increasinglyContinue reading “Fox News Staff Erupts Over Network Racism: Bosses ‘Created a White Supremacist Cell’”

What is a “Karen” What does it Mean?


“Karen” WHAT DOES KAREN MEAN? Karen is a pejorative slang term for an obnoxious, angry, entitled, and often racist middle-aged white woman who uses her privilege to get her way or police other people’s behaviors. As featured in memes, Karen is generally stereotyped as having a blonde bob haircut, asking to speak to retail and restaurant managers to voice complaints or makeContinue reading “What is a “Karen” What does it Mean?”

Students Turns on Permit Karen


FALSE CLAIMS Fareed Nassor Hayat/Facebook  On June 30th, Fareed Nassor Hayat , a law professor at the City University of New York School of Law, took to his Facebook page to post a video of a woman in his Montclair, New Jersey neighborhood reportedly harassing him and his family. Hayat wrote that a woman named SusanContinue reading “Students Turns on Permit Karen”

Canada: One woman shares her experience of retail racism


By: Leanne Delap/For the Toronto Star Liza Egbogah, or Dr. Liza, as she is widely known, is an osteopath, chiropractor and myofascial release expert, credentials she earned following a degree in pharmacology. She’s also a favourite healer for the fashion set, Bay Street honchos, Hollywood stars and major-league sports heroes. Born and raised in Calgary, withContinue reading “Canada: One woman shares her experience of retail racism”

White America, the ball is in your court. What are you going to do?


. In light of police relations with black men, things could have gone horribly wrong for birdwatcher and Harvard Alum, Christian Cooper. Perhaps, she was angry because someone told her to leave.  Perhaps she was outraged because he filmed her with his cell.  Perhaps she didn’t like his tone.  All of these might have irritatedContinue reading “White America, the ball is in your court. What are you going to do?”

The narrow band of AM radio


Before streaming, before DVD’s, CD”s, cassettes and Stereophonic sound there was AM radio. Every home had an AM radio. AM is where you heard preaching on Sunday. a place where you listened to sports, and every form of music from Classical to country was available on the AM dial. At 10 years old, I becameContinue reading “The narrow band of AM radio”

Black Shoppers Aren’t Worthy at Wal Mart


At Super-WalMart shoppers can freely pickup a $500 Flat Screen TV or a $15.00 bottle of wine. However if you want to buy a Black hair product a $5.00 box of Hair Relaxer or $1.27 bar of Coconut Soap.  You must press a button and WAIT for a Wal-Mart associate to unlock the glass case. TheContinue reading “Black Shoppers Aren’t Worthy at Wal Mart”

Immigration Cloaked in Racism California’s 1994’s Proposition 187 (Story and Podcast)


  On Nov. 2, 1994, over 10,000 teenagers across California walked out to protest proposition 187. The initiative sought to punish undocumented immigrants by denying them certain services, including access to public healthcare and education. Proposition 187 split the psyche of the state like few things before or since. Californians, confronted with a more diverseContinue reading “Immigration Cloaked in Racism California’s 1994’s Proposition 187 (Story and Podcast)”

Democratic Presidential Candidates Asleep


One of things Donald Trump knows well is branding. He knows if its repeated it over and over it may eventually stick . Little Marco, Pocahontas, Fake News, Crooked Hillary, Lyin Ted, Rocket Man are just a few labels. The initial response to Trump’s comments about Mexicans in April 2015 by all the Presidential CandidatesContinue reading “Democratic Presidential Candidates Asleep”

“The Crime of Being Black in a City That Doesn’t Want You There”


  Hundreds of towns have passed nuisance ordinances that evict renters for calling the cops. By: Samantha Michaels/Mother Jones Beverley Somai was afraid of her downstairs neighbor. She first called the police on him because he was playing music so loudly it shook the floorboards of her Bedford, Ohio, apartment. But things escalated last yearContinue reading ““The Crime of Being Black in a City That Doesn’t Want You There””