Tag Archives: Race and Entertainment

Because Atticus Finch now turns out to be a “racist.”

They’ve booted him for slurs secretly recorded in a private conversation.

Fighting the Mexican Drug Lords–in Brown and White

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A review of the documentary film Cartel Land.

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MTV’s “groundbreaking” documentary on “white privilege.”

He didn’t just rap. He made $40 to $100 million on an investment in Vitaminwater.

In old age, Atticus Finch turns out to be a race realist.

“The National Park Service is the logical leader to blaze a trail to racial diversity in the natural world.”

She was caught on video.

Illegal immigrant journalist helps white people discover their “privilege.”

There will be no more reruns of the show.

Flickr had a similar problem.

“Pachycephalosaurus” is “racist.”

Guilt is hereditary in America.

Casting directors must navigate a racial minefield.

Officials in Chicago worry the film name will scare away investors.

Ex-border hoppers run the show.

He tells whites to preserve themselves.

“Political correctness be damned.”

Fans want awards for good writing, not “diversity.”

Shows on ebola and nature preservation featured only whites.

Some think a “hafu” shouldn’t represent Japan.

Even though there is a station just for Asians.

Especially “fat white Americans.”

To people who are offended: “Tough sh*t.”

Documentary of immigrant neighborhood would “encourage social division and hostility.”

But “Hollywood is not progressing at the same rate as America is diversifying.”

Black media group wants to shake down Al Sharpton.

Match Made in Heaven?

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Is this the most eligible black bachelor in America?

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It was all about “hands up, don’t shoot.”

Even non-whites try to sound white on public radio.

He’s “devastated” by his “thoughtless use of inappropriate language.”

On most major networks, blacks are overrepresented.

He calls the Oscar nominations “appallingly insulting.”

Whites were the only nominees in 2011 as well.

The real story of Selma is another tale of black failure.

The movie is on track now to be an expensive flop.

‘We Have a Brand!’, National Review

King family profiting from “the legacy,” as usual.

Now, an “Annie” who isn’t black is an insult.

Movie paints Lyndon Johnson as lukewarm on “civil rights.”

But Sony thinks he should be.

He has not yet decided whether Amy Pascal should be fired.

Rosie sees racism where Whoopi does not.

Annie with an afro.

Associating “whiteness” with “divine favor and heroism” is unacceptable.

Editors were “horrified at the prospect of taking down” a “beloved figure and civil rights pioneer.”

Pirate in movie is thug in real life.

The One-Way Conversation

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The Whiteness Project and the silent minority.

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People want to see their race in their emoticons.

Fantasy novels and movies are overwhelmingly white.

Some reject him because of his “racism.”