An Indiana community was shocked after a local church was vandalized with Nazi slogans and Donald Trump graffiti, but now police say it is a hate crime hoax and the church was not attacked by an outsider. They have charged the congregation’s own organist, a Hillary supporter and gay activist, for the crime.
‘I’ll admit, when I walked into Professor Dan Bender’s kitchen at the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus, I was bristling a little.
To state the obvious: Bender is white. I am brown. And he was there to teach me how to make curry. I felt defensive knowing that I was likely going to be out-browned by this cherub white academic, on camera no less’
Oxford University has apologised for saying that avoiding eye contact could be “everyday racism” after it was accused of discriminating against autistic people.
The claim was included in a list of “racial micro-aggressions” in an equality and diversity unit newsletter.
The mainstream media claims that Muslim migrants simply want to be part of American culture and have no intention of forcing us to submit to Shariah law. Stories like this, however, remind us that this could not be further from the truth.
A Muslim student who is preparing to attend a historic military academy in South Carolina is trying to force the school to allow her to wear a hijab. The U.S. military, however, isn’t having any of it, and they quickly let her know that she is not above the rules.
When we study racial inequality, we tend to consider factors that affect people while they are awake. Differential access to safe neighborhoods with good schools, decent jobs and unbalanced treatment by police and the courts surely have much to do with the stubborn disparities in wealth and well-being among blacks and whites, in particular. Yet it may be just as important to consider what happens when we’re asleep. Race shapes our sleep, a relationship that has surprising roots deep in our national past.
Avoiding making eye contact with someone or asking where they are originally from have been deemed as racist micro-aggressions in a newsletter issued by Oxford University.
The institution’s Equality and Diversity Unit states these two common behaviours could potentially cause the listener ‘mental ill-health’.
The Trinity term newsletter claims asking someone where they are ‘originally’ from implies that the questioner does not believe they are British.
An 18-year-old Jew named Michael Ron David Kadar has been formally charged with the wave of threats issued to Jewish Community Centers—and which was blamed on “white racists” by the Jewish lobby controlled media—has been formally charged by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).