Justice Dept. Backs Suit Accusing Harvard of Discriminating Against Asian-American Applicants
two-thirds of Asian Americans support affirmative action policies. Yet, specifically among Chinese Americans, support for the practice is substantially lower.
we are making a mistake by dismissing him, by pretending the words of the most powerful man in the world are meaningless. They do have consequences. They are many, and they are worrisome. In what he says to the world, the President is, as Ed Luce wrote in the Financial Times this week, “creating the space to do things which were recently unthinkable.” It’s not a reality show; it’s real.
CHECK ON HIS HISTORY OF ARRESTS!!
In my study, we have a very poor, disenfranchised population here that is being neglected," Mejia says. "Everybody was African American and living below the poverty line
Neo-Nazis and their opponents here say that white extremists have grown more confident — and confrontational — since the rise of Donald Trump.
A line was then redacted, and then it picked up with “undermine and influence the outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election in violation of U.S. criminal law. Mr. Page is a former foreign policy adviser to a candidate for U.S. president.”
The people that called the police on black manJohn Crawford (shot in wal mart) that got him killed were racists, investigation finds.
That DAMN IMF
Ugh, the conclusion in this study hits like a punch to the gut. But I’ve also kind of made the same conclusion.
Americans who identify strongly with their race (that is, whites who are likelier to say their race is “an important reflection of who I am”) to projections that they’ll become a minority by 2042 made them likelier to express support for Donald Trump, whether they were Democrats or Republicans.
Studies from 2000 to 2016 and found that 2008 was a crucial inflection point when racial resentment began to increase among white Americans.
Damn, they still ate the pizza.
Today is a very sad day," McCain announced, detailing his continuing opposition to allowing gay and lesbian soldiers to be open about their sexuality.
Right now, Dave Dillon with the Society of Actuaries is projecting a 2.5 to 7.5 percent increase for 2019 rates because of the mandate’s repeal. The Urban Institute, combining the mandate’s repeal with President Trump’s expansion of skimpier short-term plans, estimates that premiums will rise by nearly 20 percent on average nationwide.
the document stands out for its unvarnished, unflinching identification of “white racism” as the fundamental cause of urban unrest