Ferguson Democratic Committeewoman Patricia Bynes has accused City of St. Louis Alderman Antonio French of exploiting protests for political gain.
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“Race is there; it exists. You’re tired of hearing about it?… Imagine how fucking exhausting it is living it.”
See you later, Andrew Garfield!
They want justice — for Michael Brown, and for everyone.
On a blazing Sunday afternoon, about 60 people showed up outside a bar in St. Louis to show support for the officer who killed Michael Brown.
Featuring people getting tattoos for the first time, a cat riding a Roomba in a shark costume, and a Corgi getting a massage.
Dismissed as “agitators” and “fools,” Ferguson’s young protesters are actually ordinary young black men — and some women — who are leaderless but united by anger. And some don’t think the old civil rights guard achieved much: “I feel in my heart they failed us.”
Welcome to the mocha-chocolate-coffee-bean-exotic-butterscotch-caramel-cinnamon-cafe-au-lait side of town.
Law enforcement began dialing back significantly Thursday, but long-standing anger in the community remains.
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After promising change, the police let loose with rubber bullets, tear gas, and flash bombs three full hours before curfew. “They didn’t give us no warning.”
On Friday night, Ferguson felt like Mardi Gras — until police and angry young people clashed again. With a curfew imminent, will the anger subside or flare up?
Brown’s death and fiery rallies exposed two cities that exist in one. Some residents say, “It’s one of the most racist places there is.” But the mayor insists, “There’s not a black-white divide in Ferguson.”
But a higher percentage of white residents have contraband, according to a racial profiling report from the Missouri Attorney General’s Office.
The Tell Me More host talks the wage gap, “having it all,” and “checking your privilege” in the National Journal’s Women in Washington issue.
Established writers of color offer priceless advice for those just starting out.
“Either she behind me or in the corner so I had to call her racist ass out.”
“You’re just not what I picture when I think of a white person.”
“Tek care, lambs on’t road.”
SMDH. So this happened to me.
Not all white people, but #YesAllBlackPeople.
They won’t even read your cover letter.
“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” How familiar are you with the work of two of America’s foremost thinkers?
Please, for the love of God, stop trying to “raise the roof.”
The Dallas Mavericks owner addressed bigotry in the wake of disgraced Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist comments. Cuban revealed some prejudices of his own, leading to an apology.
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