William Craft, the president of Concordia College in Moorhead, hit it out of the park this week when he responded to posters around campus saying, ‘It’s OK to be white.’ Read more →
Maybe there was a time when dressing up as a Ku Klux Klan member would have earned some scorn, but, at least in Horace, N.D. (southwest of Fargo), those days are apparently over. Read more →
Marc Faber, known as ‘Dr. Doom’ on CNBC and other financial media, where he too often is called upon to dispense his analysis, includes this line in his latest newsletter, Gloom, Doom, & Boom Report: ‘I am not a racist.’
Marc Faber is a racist. Read more →
A Hopkins mayoral candidate says his opposition to Southwest Light Rail is because people from ‘Welfareapolis’ will end up with the sons and daughters of Hopkins. Read more →
Lt. Gen. Jay B. Silveria, who runs the Air Force Academy, conducted a clinic on Thursday for any leader on how to respond to racial and sexual harassment.
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Gregg Popovich, the coach of the San Antonio Spurs, provided exactly what has been missing in the nation over the last 72 hours — a calm and honest perspective about the problems facing the society in which he lives. Read more →
There was a forehead-slapping moment last week when NPR’s Morning Edition interviewed one of its reporters about Facebook’s ad-targeting program which allowed advertisers to target anti-Semitics in the audience. Read more →
An ad campaign in Boston is dubbed, ‘Take The Lead’, will involve the Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, and Revolution. The teams started planning the campaign in May, after the racism against Baltimore Orioles star Adam Jones. Read more →
Fenway Park in Boston and discussions about race in America seem to go hand in hand, which might well explain why three people — all of them white — unfurled a banner over the park’s fabled ‘Green Monster’ last night. Read more →
The aftermath of the terrorism in Charlottesville has presented the greatest challenge to support for the breadth of the concept of free speech in years, and it appears to be softening.
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In the aftermath of the racial violence of Charlottesville, the Twitter account, Yes You’re Racist, has invited its audience to dox the families of white supremacists by publishing names. It’s all very wink-wink. It doesn’t instruct people to make life miserable for family members. It doesn’t have to.
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Yoga pants and visible hickeys are specifically banned in a lot of South Dakota schools but students with Confederate flag T-shirts might get away with it. Read more →
There’s a fair chance that more people have seen a 1942 Army documentary in the last 48 hours than saw it in theaters when the government produced and distributed the anti-fascism film. Read more →
‘Peter is a maniac, who has turned away from all of us and gone down some insane internet rabbit-hole, and turned into a crazy Nazi,’ Peter Tefft’s nephew tells WDAY. Read more →
There is an undeniable attraction between Donald Trump and the racists who flooded the streets and killed a woman in Charlottesville over the weekend. Read more →