The picture flashed before two dozen people gathered at Los Angeles’ Mexican Consulate.
It showed a 25-year-old man, an immigrant from Mexico, lying on a hospital bed after being beaten about a decade ago in a Pennsylvania town.
Charlie Kirk showed up dressed for the occasion.
Kirk — the head of Turning Point USA, a conservative political-advocacy group — took the stage this spring at Indiana University of Pennsylvania wearing a navy-blue T-shirt that read: “There are only two genders.”
The rural state university, in a former coal-mining town, had become one of the latest
Why let the Klan march at a private historically black college? ‘This is not a First Amendment thing, man.’
“Public universities cannot exclude a speaker based on their viewpoint, even a very offensive viewpoint. The law is clear,” said Erwin Chemerinsky, the dean of the School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley and an expert in First Amendment law.
And in a recent book Chemerinsky titled “Free Speech on
Standing on the front steps of First Congregational Church of Oakland late last month, Nichola Torbett issued a declaration.
“We can no longer tolerate the trauma inflicted on our communities by policing,” Torbett, a white church volunteer, said in front of churchgoers who
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A simultaneous training session for 175,000 employees, across more than 8,000 stores — that’s what Starbucks is doing today, urging its workers and managers to discuss racial bias and respect following the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia store last month.
For the sessions, many Starbucks stores will shut down in the afternoon and
Starbucks will temporarily shut 8,000 stores for four hours Tuesday afternoon to conduct racial bias training for its employees. It follows an incident in Philadelphia last month in which two black men were arrested simply for waiting in a store.
What would seem like a positive step forward is already, perhaps predictably,
President Trump would have us believe that white Americans are endangered by immigrant drug dealers and gangsters, and the liberal politicians who abet them with so-called sanctuary cities.
At a recent rally in Ohio, Trump used lurid language to claim
Racism is often construed as individual acts motivated by racial prejudice. Thus, it is challenging to understand institutional racism. Institutions do not have feelings like people do, nor do they have the consciousness to think and make decisions based on racial prejudice. So how can we identify racism within higher education institutions, even
The U.S. Education Department is investigating whether Yale University discriminates against men, stemming from an unusual complaint from a doctoral student completely unaffiliated with institution.
The Office for Civil Rights’ investigation into whether the university violated the federal gender discrimination law, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, began last month. Generally, the bulk of
Southern Methodist University is taking an unusually direct approach to combat racial stereotypes: It’s asking people on its campus to own up to them.
In an internal survey the university poses questions, many of which indulge racial stereotypes, about different ethnicities, and asks participants to indicate whether they would want the questions answered. Among the