Category: Race & Culture
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Read MoreChampioning Equality: The Battle Against Legal Attacks on Businesses Supporting BIPOC and Disabled Entrepreneurs
The article delves into the alarming trend of right-wing groups weaponizing the judicial system against organizations championing diversity and inclusion, particularly targeting those supporting BIPOC and disabled entrepreneurs. Using Hello Alice as a case in point, the piece highlights a lawsuit initiated by America First Legal (AFL), claiming that grants provided to Black-owned businesses are a violation of civil rights. The narrative expands to reveal a broader agenda, as AFL has targeted similar programs aiding Native American, Latino, and Black small business owners, even affecting U.S. Veterans’ initiatives. The article underscores the significance of standing against such legal maneuvers, urging readers to raise awareness, contact legislators, and monitor these actions that pose a threat not only to targeted businesses but to the principles of equality and the American Dream itself. The piece concludes with a call to support initiatives like Hello Alice’s American Dream Awards and Grant program, emphasizing the need to counteract divisive forces and uphold the value of a diverse small business community.
Read MoreElon Musk calls Chat GPT-3 AI “Woke” and not in a good way. Vows to develop an Asleep version, what could that do to society?
Read MoreThe horrific incident that unfolded on the New York City subway, resulting in the murder of Jordan Neely, a Black man, can only be described as a public lynching in broad daylight.
Read MoreThis article is about reclaiming one’s integrity in the face of opposition. It discusses the importance of speaking out against injustice and oppression, challenging negative judgements, and practicing self-compassion, self-care, and self-love. It emphasizes the importance of reclaiming one’s autonomy and creating a safe space for oneself by speaking up and speaking out. It also emphasizes the importance of taking ownership of one’s narrative and defining oneself on one’s own terms.
Read MoreRichard Dreyfuss is sickened by Academy rules to make for a more inclusive film industry. He wants to vomit and that’s a good thing.
Read MoreThe Restrict Act is a proposed bill that would restrict VPN usage and impose harsh penalties on users. It is an oppressive measure that would threaten the free expression of marginalized groups and the autonomy of individuals, and must be opposed at all costs.
Read MoreMichelle Yeoh has been celebrated for her victory at the SAG Awards, becoming the first Asian woman to win Best Actress. Despite the trolling and racist comments from some on the internet, Yeoh’s win should be celebrated as a milestone for Asian representation in Hollywood. Yeoh’s victory is a testament to her hard work, dedication, and talent, and should be seen as an inspiration to others looking to pursue their dreams. Yeoh’s win is a reminder that the film and television industry is not immune to racism, and that it is still possible to break through the barriers and achieve success.
Read MoreBrego examines the concept of ownership in the digital age and the idea that material items can cause stress and anxiety. It looks at how Web 3 technology promises better security through trustless systems and how we can be better stewards of our planet and its resources instead of obsessing over “stuff”.
Read MoreGet excited about filmmaking with this review of the Amazon Studio and BBC television series, “The English”. Learn why the show’s visuals, score, production design, and respect for historical facts make it a unique western storytelling experience. Discover why Emily Blunt’s involvement as executive producer makes it a must-see!
Read MoreThis review examines the legacy of Elvis, discussing his impact on culture and exploring his relationship with the Black community. It looks at the question of whether Elvis was a racist, an appropriator of Black culture, or simply a culture vulture, giving an in-depth look at the man and his music.