Tag Archives: Racial Sensitivity

Suit hopes to break “a pattern of racial discrimination and retaliation against . . .”

“To Kill a Mockingbird” is one of them.

A leftist claims casually labeling people “white supremacist” is close to hate speech.

Art meant to insult Trump insults minorities instead.

An Anarchist We Can Work With

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Keith Preston and the menace of the liberal state.

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PC has become so absurd that whites reject it wholesale.

Model says she didn’t know photos would be on “Blackhair” magazine.

School responds to backlash after he was placed on leave for un-PC views.

White men aren’t allowed to wear rubber masks of blacks.

He wouldn’t use “undocumented immigrant.”

“Academic freedom: It’s great, as long as you don’t use it.”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau better stop using one.

“Indians” name and mascot means Cleveland should lose.

Production’s attempt to “reimagine” the opera and “subvert authorial intent” not good enough.

Dean of Students threatens violators with “serious disciplinary sanctions.”

Left-wing comedian accused of “cultural appropriation.”

Some costumes “reinforce stereotypes of particular races, genders, cultures, or religions.”

A story of race in America today.

Stirring Up Black Hatred

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The new “Birth of a Nation” glorifies Nat Turner’s rebellion.

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It was another Hispanic woman who sounded the alarm.

The Wages of Idealism, AR Classic Article

A white woman who wanted to change the world.

Their hypersensitivity can alienate would-be allies.

“If you can’t find them [safe spaces], we will help you find them.”

James Watson once dared point out blacks’ lower average IQ.

To protect them from “racially insensitive remarks” and “microaggressions.”

She doctored the photo to make herself look Arab.

She was up front in the job interview but will now not be allowed to teach.

30-year veteran fired after one ill-tempered Facebook message.

Yale takes the lead in groveling.

They might offend Indians.

Paper stands by “disgraceful” cartoon.

University of Houston is ruthless in its black advocacy.

She and the four other finalists were also criticized for having blonde hair and blue eyes.

No doubt they felt more comfortable that way.

Discussion of black criminality degenerates into shouting on CNN.

She didn’t want to “fuel aggressive racism.”

More unforgivable “cultural appropriation.”

Nine-year-old boy made a comment about a brownie.

German schoolgirls were “paralyzed by political correctness.”

It makes white people nervous.

If it were up to her, the event would not have taken place.

Paleface decides to let redskins speak for themselves.

Sorority says they missed the image of the black eating watermelon.

Another tradition that’s got to go.

“It will take decades” to repair the damage he has already done.

Park Service official says trees reminds blacks of lynching.

And so she apologizes.

Something else to worry about.

Can’t honor a “racist,” after all.

The university administration approves.