A college football coach who was featured in the popular Netflix series, “Last Chance U.” resigned from his position days after a German player said that the coach referred to himself as “your new Hitler.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio encouraged anyone with information to call the NYPD. “This vile, anti-Semitic act is an attack on all of us,” he tweeted.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo called the graffiti “despicable.”
“Let me be very clear: in New York, we have zero tolerance for anti-Semitism and hate of any kind, and no student should ever feel discriminated against or threatened because of their religion or ethnic origin,” Cuomo wrote.
“New York is a beacon of tolerance and hope for all,” he added, “and we will do everything in our power to make sure the perpetrators of these vile acts are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”
An African-American woman is now the publisher and editor of the Alabama newspaper that recently urged the Ku Klux Klan to “night ride again,” the paper said.
Elecia R. Dexter, a “strategic leader with expertise in human resources, operations and change management,” took up the positions Thursday, the weekly Democrat-Reporter of Linden said in a press release.
A recent study from the European Council on Foreign Relations referred to EKRE a “nationalist, xenophobic, anti-liberal, and Eurosceptic” party.
“We’re just tired of these hate groups coming to our school,” player Breein Tyree told reporters after the game.
Ole Miss basketball coach Kermit Davis called Saturday’s demonstrators outside agitators.
“This was all about the hate groups that came to our community and tried to spread racism and bigotry,” he said at a post-game press conference. “It’s created a lot of tension for our campus.”
“English is our first language, so you need to speak English,” the woman, identified in the video as Jill, screamed at Sergio Budar, the manager. “Get the f— out of my country.”
“It makes me feel angry, sad. It’s unbelievable that we’re still seeing this kind of behavior to this day,” Budar, who’s originally from Mexico, told NBC News. “I’ve been living here for almost two decades, and counting. I got my U.S. citizenship while here, but that doesn’t mean that people can’t speak other languages that are not English.”
Ooh, so scared Chubby-Wubby, I reported you to Jenny Craig,” the email read, referring to the well-known weight loss company.
“They called me Fatty McFat-Fat,” she said, a disparaging name she said she had never heard before.
Some 40.3 million people are held in bondage today, according to the latest estimates from the Inter-national Labor Organization, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.
The fashion brand was criticised by one of its own models, Liz Kennedy, in a long post on Instagram in which she said: “Suicide is not fashion.”
“Let’s not forget about the horrifying history of lynching either,” she added.
In Friday’s letter section Ms Hatch, of Henley, wrote: “While I am by no means a feminist, I can’t believe it is necessary to maintain such a practice when other papers have eradicated this sexist attitude.”
She ended: “Please bring your paper into the modern era and join the ranks of other papers which have removed such a ridiculous and offensive tradition.”
“We know that sexual minority groups are more likely to be exposed to psycho-social stressors, which impacts on their mental health and their health behaviours such as smoking and alcohol use, and which may influence their health behaviours such as diet or physical activity,” she said.
‘It is literally pride month in New Zealand and you are fixing a boy and girl binary model at a time we are celebrating diversity in gender and sexuality? Maybe Whittaker’s need to look into whether they have enough diversity in its marketing team].’
‘We, in academia, are working really hard to dispel the gender binary model as we know there are more than two genders and that ascribing blue and pink to boys and girls is stereotypical,’ she said.
He was then asked by Cady to hand over his ID. When Floyd questioned why, the deputy raised his voice, again demanded the ID and eventually grabbed Floyd with the baby still in his arms and placed him against a car.
“Don’t, quit f***ing with me, boy,” the deputy can be heard saying on the video.
“One woman called me a white supremacist,” she said. “I said ‘Wait, I’m Latina!’”
Campus Reform quoted Williams as saying: “Some students nearby tabling were laughing, even one guy was smiling while I was being attacked and trying to hand me his flyer as a joke. The idea is free speech has consequences…. which include you getting assaulted if they find you promoting ideas others don’t agree with.”
A South Carolina mother is outraged after her 10-year-old son, and his classmates, were told to pick cotton and sing a slave song with words like, “I like it when you don’t talk back, make money for me,” as part of a class field trip during Black History Month.
“I’m livid right now,” said Jessica Blanchard, before wiping away tears. “I’m African-American and my ancestors picked cotton. Why would I want my son to pick cotton and think it’s fun?”
The district calls the field trip a “unique learning opportunity” that promotes “understanding about our past” and “helps students make real-life connections.”
“Alongside our commitment to freedom of speech, we also have clear guidelines for student and staff conduct and we have zero tolerance towards harassment or hate crime and will always take appropriate and proportionate action.”
In her Facebook post, Nolan posted, “How is this man going to make me feel bad for knowing two languages. How is this man going to disrespect my mother in front of me – a mother who taught me how to love America all of my life. A mother who encouraged me to learn English and who I have seen take on the language herself as an adult.”
“You’re not going to use the Army to back up your racism. The Army and military in general is a culturally diverse employer with all kinds of languages and ethnicities,” she said.
“This man messed with the wrong 5-foot-2 inches gal, because this TexMex was raised to have huevos (have gunts),” she said online.
The presence of both markers has resulted in an ongoing threat to public safety in our downtown as opposing groups – including some from out of town – continue to plan protests and other actions in downtown and on campus. For this reason, both markers have been removed and will be offered to their rightful owners.
When police arrived at the restaurant, Santos reportedly told them that Turner should not be allowed to eat at a Mexican restaurant because of his support for President Donald Trump, who is pushing to building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
“I had a little bit to drink maybe that’s the reason that I couldn’t walk away but being discriminated for so many times in my life, I just had to stand up for myself,” she said. “He’s not a victim. I am the victim. I have been bullied, OK?”
Over the decades, opposition to President McKinley`s policies, especially from Native Americans whose ancestors were forced from their tribal lands, prompted some to call for the removal of the statue.
After years of controversy, the Arcata City Council voted in 2018 to remove the statue.
By Wednesday, Dolphin, who has announced Iowa basketball for 22 years, was removed from the air.
The school announced that Dolphin has been suspended for the rest of the season, according to KCCI.
Along with its announcement, the school said it “values diversity and is committed to creating a welcoming environment for all members of its campus community.”
A video of the writhing lingerie performance in Ulan-Ude city went viral and within 24 hours the senior officer was axed and other senior officers will face severe disciplinary action.
“It’s very difficult at times for Muslim women to go out in public wearing a veil,” said Sadiq, an outreach volunteer with the Dallas Chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America. “We face a lot of discrimination in educational institutions, in the supermarkets and public arenas.”
“It’s really about this double standard that exists,” Nichole goes on to say, “It’s a discrimination I have experience with as a female in a male-dominated sport for a long time, which is why it’s so important to me to bring light and speak out against this.”
A photo of an “unidentified male” donned in what appeared to be a “noose” at a campus Subway was uploaded to Snapchat where subsequent screenshots caused a furor around campus. The caption on the photo reads “Lmao whoever this dude is or if I find out who are ! I will strangle you with that f**king noose you piece of sh*t!! People at Wake bro, y’all playing with life fr.”
The Old Gold & Black reports someone ended up filing a Bias Incident Report (BIR). According to Chief Diversity Officer José Villalba, the “official” Bias Incident group concluded the person in the pic was “impersonating a cowboy by wearing a Western-style shirt with part of an American flag on it and a lasso across his chest and shoulder.”