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James said racism may never die, but we "can’t allow it to divide us.”
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Forget for a brief moment Trump’s vile, unabashed racist “shithole nations” slur of Haiti and African nations. This was simply
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Days before the former USA Gymnastics doctor is sentenced, these survivors are still trying to get the public to listen.
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The civil rights icon has revealed a lot to us and about us.
Trump's presidency is a "step backwards for race relations," he says.
The civil rights legend criticizes the president's "shithole" remark and says he won't attend his State of the Union address.
The "Insecure" star reacted in true fangirl fashion.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter responded to Trump’s remarks on multiple platforms.
"The more young girls see women in power like this, the more they say, ‘I don’t have to be a victim.’”