Stereotyping and Racism

Mizzou Student Afraid for Her Life Shut Down by Professor Who Confuses Terrorism with Bullying

Earlier this week, college students at the University of Missouri successfully protested the mishandling of racial incidents on campus, leading to the resignation of the then president. But, before they could really celebrate, violent threats against minority students on that campus were unleashed all over social media. According to The Washington Post, the menacing messages […]

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Stereotyping and Racism

The Biggest Graduation Fail of All Time

The ultimate example of having no chill? When your school’s founder goes ham on all the Black people. And that’s exactly what happened to the students of Georgia’s TNT Academy — and their families — on what was supposed to be the best day of their high school lives. Here’s how it all went down: […]

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Stereotyping and Racism

Zendaya Claps Back and Slays

Besides the excitement of “Glory” winning the Oscar for Best Original Song (yasssss!), the other most talked about thing from the awards show comes straight from the red carpet. Zendaya’s hair. Giuliana Rancic, host of Fashion Police, took to her show the Monday after the Oscars to say this about 18-year-old Zendaya’s red carpet dreadlock […]

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Stereotyping and Racism

Black Lives Matter. Yesterday, Today, Always.

By now, you’ve probably heard about the Grand Jury’s decision to not indict Darren Wilson in the killing of unarmed Black teen, Michael Brown. You’re probably feeling sick, sad, hate, anger, heartache, and a bunch of other things that are hard to even give a name to. Your feelings are very valid. We’re feeling exactly […]

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