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McDaniel College Probes ‘CMT Versus BET’ Event, CBS Baltimore
Two Oscar Voters Picked ’12 Years a Slave’ Without Watching It, Huffington Post
They were worried the film would be upsetting.
Oscars 2014: ’12 Years a Slave’ Wins Best Picture Oscar, Los Angeles Times
Despite grossing just $50 million in North America.
The National School Boards Association says public schools should add it to their curricula.
The Hollywood Diversity Report says the industry is “woefully out of touch with an emerging America.”
In 25 years, will hip-hop be as white as rock n’ roll?
“These are going to be game changers.”
Film, TV Industry’s Diversity Doesn’t Look like America’s, Report Says, Los Angeles Times
Report issued by UCLA black-studies center.
Coca-Cola’s America Is Beautiful Ad: Why Liberals Should Be Upset, Guardian (London)
Multi-culti Coke is trying to hook Hispanics on sugar water.
He calls the clamors for more non-whites in comedy “PC nonsense.”
Cesar Chavez National Historic Park Is in the Works, Los Angeles Times
Park is supposed to attract Hispanics, who can’t “relate” to Yosemite.
Underlines the idea that America is up for grabs by whoever wants to come here.
Blacks haven’t visited the $42 million black culture center; now the bank wants it foreclosed.
Dalton School Apologizes for Screening Slavery Satire, New York Times
A nation of cowards.
The ad’s fictitious family is having another mixed-race child.
The word was mentioned 625 times on TV the day after his boast.
Twitter Users’ Diversity Becomes an Ad Selling Point, Wall Street Journal
Blacks like Twitter.
He wanted to cover “issues of adultery, conflicts within the movement, and King’s spiritual transformation.”
Maria Conchita Alonso is in favor of immigration control.
University-Sponsored Production Glorifies White-Shaming, Campus Reform
Students were asked to express their feelings about race in six words.
‘S.N.L.’ Hires Black Female Cast Member, New York Times
Another capitulation to pressure tactics.
Salon editor says 2013 was the year of “white grievance mongering.”
The wrestling federation pitted a white “Bad Santa” against a black “Good Santa.”
Says Duck Dynasty star must have been suffering from “white privilege.”
They featured famous white actors who had only bit parts.
White musicians were “appropriating black music.”
When Asian Men Are Seen as ‘Undateable’, Daily Life
Some think pop culture is to blame.
Isn’t the purpose of movies about “racism” to make people angry?
‘American Idol’ Producers Slam Racial Discrimination Lawsuit, Hollywood Reporter
More racial insanity.
Who knew Pippi Longstocking was so insidious?
Parks, Recreation and Racial Bean Counting, Bacon's Rebellion
Horrors: Only 4.8 percent of blacks like hiking and backpacking.
Oprah: Racists Have to Die for Racism to End, Newsbusters
In an interview with the BBC.
12 Years a Slave: Film Forcing US to Face Bitter Truths, Telegraph (London)
One black theatergoer to another: “Doesn’t it make you hate white people?”
Movies and TV must always remind us of slavery.
Mighty, Muslim and Leaping Off the Page, New York Times
Mavel Comics’ new character is Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City.
Former Spice Girl’s fashion show was too white.
47 percent of non-whites–but only 24 percent of whites–say “people like them” are well represented in Congress.
He hopes his new film series will be shown in classrooms nationwide.
Some claim it is because her skin is too dark.
The cast has many whites and the show appeals to a white audience.
Spanish-language film is doing particularly well in California and Texas.
Some blacks were disqualified for arrest records.
Miss America, Meet India’s ‘Dark’ Side, The Daily Beast
Miss America is too dark to have a chance of winning Miss India.
Protesters call the event “pornography.”
Can a White Director Make a Great Black Movie?, Hollywood Reporter
Black director John Singleton says it’s possible, but not desirable.
It’s based on a book that some credit with starting the War Between the States.
Where Are All the Black Models on Our Catwalks?, London Evening Standard
“No matter the intention, the result is racism.”
Her talent performance was a Bollywood dance.