T Tatum wore this shirt for the first time a few weeks ago, and the looks she received on the street ranged from shock to pure pride. Is there anything wrong with being proud of your heritage? What about for white people--how would you feel if you saw them in a shirt that reads "I Love White People"? Would offense set in? Plus, is it really true that what's good for the goose, is good for the gander? How do you feel when one race makes comments about another race that would normally be ok within that specific culture? For example, the N-Word...is it ok for other races to use it? Is it ok for us to speak out on issues within another race that don't pertain to us? Let's get racial...tonight on "Live in the Vocal Booth"
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Radio Station Fosters Homophobic Spoof Against Singer Miguel [Video]
“The Breakfast Club,” a popular New York urban radio station show on 105.1 FM aired a homophobic spoof of singer Miguel’s song “Sure Thing” early…4 comments Read more...
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Missouri teachers: No talking to students on Facebook
You won't find teachers in Missouri friending their students on Facebook, or any other social network for that matter, this school year — not unless they…Written on Monday, 01 August 2011 19:43 in Social Issues 1 comment Read 14193 times Read more...
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