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Evergreen State Professor Who Berated White Colleagues Resigns

The Evergreen State College professor who was caught on camera screaming at her white colleagues has elected to resign, according to an internal announcement. “I am writing to let you know that our faculty colleague Naima Lowe has elected to resign her position at the College,” Provost Jennifer Drake wrote Monday in an email to faculty and administrators, praising Lowe for her work teaching “feminist and queer theory, race, and decolonial studies.”
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Camila Cabello's New Single Tanks, Insiders Hope Collaboration With Boyfriend Shawn Mendes Or Former Bandmate Normani Will Revive Career

Camila Cabello's career may be in jeopardy. After the less-than-impressive debut of her latest single, Don't Go Yet, on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Radar has exclusively learned that the 24-year-old Cuban-American songstress' team is concerned about her future. Article continues below advertisement. "Camila pulled out all the stops for...
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John M. Crisp: Some white privilege just can't tolerate Black privilege

We need to generate a word to describe the reaction that some white people have when Black Americans assert a perceived privilege — call it “Black privilege” — that provokes some white people to grumble about why they don’t get that privilege, too. The previous paragraph embodies a case in...
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Cory A. Haywood: White Privilege Makes Poor Neighborhoods Dangerous

*Over the last decade, a new problem has developed in California. Rich, white people, wanting to ease their conscience have been hiring lobbyists and special interests to pass laws that reduce criminal punishment. It has resulted in what we see every day, repeat violent criminal offenders being charged with lesser crimes, the reclassification of violent felonies, eliminating bail to keep dangerous people on the street, and the lack of prosecution of those that commit crimes.
SocietyGrand Haven Tribune

Some white privilege just can’t tolerate Black privilege

We need to generate a word to describe the reaction that some white people have when Black Americans assert a perceived privilege – call it “Black privilege” – that provokes some white people to grumble about why they don’t get that privilege, too. The previous paragraph embodies a case in...
Beauty & FashionHarper's Bazaar

Savannah Smith and Zión Moreno Are Catty, Pretentious Perfection in Gossip Girl

Savannah Smith and Zión Moreno are redefining what it means to be high school mean girls. The actresses play ever-doting minions Monet de Haan and Luna La to Jordan Alexander's Julien Calloway in HBO Max's darker, edgier, and sexier reboot of the beloved teen drama Gossip Girl. But don't be fooled by the pair's commitment to their queen bee: Monet and Luna are the true masterminds behind each episode's glorious mounting drama. Whereas Blair Waldorf's sidekicks in the original series served as background fodder with the occasional sassy quip, Monet and Luna are catty to the core. For Smith and Moreno, channeling their inner mean girl wasn't hard—they just took inspiration from the real-life bullies who surrounded them growing up.
Presidential ElectionPhys.org

Making voting easier for previously incarcerated people

In March 2020, 83,000 New Jersey residents who had been ineligible to vote became eligible when a new law took effect restoring voting rights for people on parole or probation who had previously been convicted of felonies. Ariel White, an associate professor in MIT's Department of Political Science and an...
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Music in Madison can pay, if you’re white and not a musician

A new report details the unequal economic impact of music in Madison, and the opportunities ahead. Image: A bar chart from a report on the economic impact of music in Madison shows the average income broken down by three racial categories (white, Black or African-American, and Asian) across Dane County's music sector and the rest of its economy. In the “music ecosystem,” the average income is shown as $29,968 for white people, $13,485 for Black people, and $12,715 for Asian people. In the “Rest of the economy,” the average income is shown as $50,943 for white people, $31,867 for Black people, and $45,529 for Asian people.
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