The problem with seeking to cure racism through full-blast eradication is that this treats racism as a defining trait of character when it’s more a pre-conceived set of malleable beliefs.
All he needs to do is pretend to care about their social justice reading list. Northam just needs to curry political favor, not legitimately change.
The elites in politics and media were quick to judge Gov. Ralph Northam, But their condemnation did not bring him down.
Sadly, the message we are witnessing this week from Virginia’s top leaders is that racism and possible sexual assault are better alternatives than bipartisanship.
Gov. Ralph Northam hasn’t undergone a personal transformation; his disregard for human dignity has been consistent for the past four decades.
Amid two major national controversies, Ralph Northam has retained most of his support among Virginia’s Democratic voters, according to a new poll.
In Northam’s medical school yearbook from 1984, he is pictured either wearing blackface or dressed as a Klansman.
NBC is wrong to fire Kelly over her blackface comments, but if that’s the standard, Kimmel and Fallon should be fired, too.
If the left were truly interested in persuading people of the merits of their viewpoints, Kelly’s apology should have been counted as a slam dunk, an unparalleled victory.
In a column for Teen Vogue, a writer argues that if you are white and share a GIF of a black person, you are racist.
John Oliver’s easy-breezy ‘How Is This Still a Thing’ segments partake in a broader desire to erase our cultural memories.
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