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11/23/17 1:30PM
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The sculptor is clearly from the year 2020, she modeled his face on the way it will look once he has to deal with President Roy Moore.

9/29/17 11:37AM
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Same. I’ve definitely seen it, but I wouldn’t say I “watched” it. I tuned in last night because I’m a sucker for nostalgia and now I’m kinda tempted to go back and watch the original.

9/26/17 9:22PM
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Harassment of this sort is as always a 100% women’s issue but really a 100% mens issue. If men stopped, it wouldn’t be an issue.

8/25/17 1:04PM
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Uhhhh I’m sorry have you not listened to Life of Pablo? MBDTF? Yeezus?

8/21/17 5:19PM
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Women of color have been reprimanded at work and school because of their natural hair is seen as messy and unprofessional. Also people of color who have lighter skin are treated better by society at large.

7/06/17 3:05PM
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When people ask my daughter about her tattoos and inquire as to what her parents thought about it, she tells them quite honestly that I have more tattoos than she does, and she and I went to the tattoo parlor together twice and her (un-inked) dad stayed to watch.

5/21/17 3:09PM
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It doesn’t matter. A community gets water. Whatever an org or individual needs to make that happen so be it. Read more

5/01/17 4:14PM
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Only ungreying to let you know that I’m really disappointed there was no Second of all or Third of all...You misled America. You are a snake oil salesperson and I wish to no longer do business with you, sir or madam. Good day!

5/01/17 2:26PM
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Googling Model Minority MYTH might help him find what he’s looking for. He won’t because he just wants to talk shit about black people.

5/01/17 2:16PM
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Asians are not the victims of generations of Jim Crow level racism leveled at them. Let’s be real here. Read more

5/01/17 2:09PM
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I’m not disagreeing with any of this but I imagine that increased numbers of black teachers might have a positive impact on white teachers in the same schools, too. Like white teachers might think a little more carefully about the way they treat black students if they have to justify those decisions to black Read more

5/01/17 2:05PM
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And just to think about how often a black child is made to feel less than, across the nation, everyday, by a white teacher, regardless if the latter realizes the impact they are doling out, or not.

5/01/17 1:53PM
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Ya, hate to say it, but even in a majority black city, I hear a lot of “these kids” and “these parents” and “these people” working in schools

5/01/17 1:53PM
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Filed to: SHIT THAT BLACK PEOPLE HAVE ALWAYS KNOWN BUT WHITES WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND BECAUSE IT DOESNT AFFECT THEM Read more

11/22/10 8:18PM
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@ArtfulSlinger: I think the point is that it can be productive to critique the ways in which language is used in different contexts, as the context in which words are used imbues them with different meanings/connotations. Perhaps the "plain and simple" editorial lingo in fact *does* have aggressive overtones.