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Today's Identities Stories
The texts also include conversations ridiculing the black community in Ferguson, Missouri, where Michael Brown was killed.
"Welcome to my world."
"You have no ID, let's go."
It's about damn time.
Geneva Reed-Veal talked to attendees of a symposium in Washington, D.C. this week
"I was asked to name two things commonly found in cells. Apparently, 'Blacks' and 'Mexicans' were NOT the correct answers."
"We can't all of a sudden get down on our knees and turn everything over to the leadership of the blacks."
Kelly takes McCrory to task.
The Detroit Lyons player urged men to speak out against abuse, in an essay published for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
While racism and brutality are worries for these respondents, the most pressing issue is gun violence in the community.
The struggle to get hired is real.
Something tells me these two are going places.
HIllary Clinton, Beyoncé and Harriet Tubman are among the American women chosen for a deck of playing cards inspired by Trump.
The children are #woke.
Police shot a 13-year-boy who was holding a toy gun.
A New Jersey photographer's message about transgender bathroom bills is well intentioned, but carries a problematic message.
Caitlyn Jenner hit back at Ted Cruz's transphobia.
A police officer's good deed is going viral.
"Real ignorant if you ask me."
On LGBT, immigration, voting rights, Syrian refugees and a woman's right to choose, Pat McCrory has always stood with the GOP.
One little shirt, one big problem.