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‘The other minority’: multi-ethnic school desegregation experiences in t...

Through the use of oral history and historical research, this article examines how housing segregation, and school integration and desegregation combined to elevate Latinos over blacks in two Chicago communities in the 1970s and 1980s, while whites discriminated against both groups. White Chicagoans and policy makers used the racial scripts typically ascribed to blacks as a guide for how to treat Latinos when they integrated the Ashburn and Chicago Lawn communities and schools. Racial scripts such as property destruction, violence, and protests were used to decide who could live in the communities and how they would be treated. Within the communities’ schools, bullying, academic tracking, and restrictions on Spanish language use determined which students were acceptable. When blacks were bused into those same schools, community protests against school busing elevated Latinos largely because they already lived in the neighborhoods. This represented the stratification of racial/ethnic g…

Video: Fans at Fenway take down re-election banner for current US presid...

Video: Fans at Fenway take down re-election banner for current US president, unfurled before the start of the 6th inning of Red Socks-Mariners game.
#whytheracecardisplayed

TV anchor Mary Bubala fired from TV station for ‘racist, sexist’ questio...

"We’ve had three female, African-American mayors in a row,” Bubala said. “They were all passionate public servants. Two resigned, though. Is this a signal that a different kind of leadership is needed to move Baltimore City forward?”



Fan gets life ban after Chicago Cubs say his hand gesture was 'racism an...

The Chicago Cubs have banned a fan for life after concluding he had made a racist gesture on camera during a game.



Bus driver with racist history drags biracial child 175 feet! Retires after

Bus driver John Naisbitt has a history of racism with other black students and retired when one mother filed a lawsuit over his conduct.



Cop caught on video using N-word to young black men (WARNING: GRAPHIC LA...

“Hey, you want to get out of here fast, right?” she’s heard saying. “So if you have more people, ya’ll n----s been trying to do something...” (Obtained by New York Daily News)



What is (are) & (were) 'White Privilege' (s)?

What is (are) & (were) 'White Privilege' (s)?
Generational Generational Benefactors of bygone & present racist policies, institutions and practices.
List of the Present Racist Policies, Institutions and Practices that created ‘White Privilege.’
These benefactors and their offspring continue to benefit from these policies, institutions and practices.
In order to keep things as current and in perspective as possible, no racist policies, institutions or practices will pre-date WW2.
Is your grandfather a veteran? How did your granddad get his house? Who paid for his college education?
What about your mom or dad? Are they college graduate? Grew up in a middle class neighborhood?
Have they ever received a lone from the bank? Or able to open a small business? And so on.
These benefits of those bygone & present racist policies, institutions and practices. Enable the recipients of such benefits to pass down such benefits to next generations. While the lack of said benefits were …

The NRA has a long history of racism

Most of the time, the National Rifle Association is aggressively pro-gun rights.

But that hasn’t always been the case when it comes to black Americans. The organization has sometimes declined to forcefully defend gun owners of color. Philando Castile, for example, #whytheracecardisplayed

CHINA BLASTS 'RACIST' U.S. STATEMENT CALLING IT FIRST 'GREAT POWER COMPE...

China criticized a State Department official's recent statement suggesting that the U.S needed a different approach toward Beijing's global rise because it represented a society that isn't "Caucasian."

Pro-Confederate and anti-racist demonstrators clash in Chapel Hill

Silent Sam supporters and anti-racist activists met again in Chapel Hill on Saturday, moving across the street from campus this time but bringing the same insults, arguments and chants that have animated their clashes for months. #whytheracecardisplayed