ESPN personality Rob Parker was suspended indefinitely over comments where he questioned if Robert Griffin III is black enough. Click on the image above or the link below to access the unfolding scrutiny behind the incident. RELATED LINKS: ESPN Personality Suspended Over Controversial Comments About RGIII

The Civil Rights Movement ended nearly 60 years ago, but racism is still a major issue conflicting our national psyche. Or is it? Is the…

Dr Laura has been on radio and tv for years and never has she been in so much hot water.  She used the N-word and later made an apology.  Read More

Via:  www.newsone.com From SIFY.com Washington: Debt collectors from Advanced Call Center Technologies, Dallas, have to shell out a whopping 1.5 million dollars for explicit voicemails sent on a man’s phone. The company sent eight harassing and threatening voicemail messages on Allen Jones’ mobile phone in August 2007 trying to collect what it said he owed […]

From NPR.org: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has announced that it will lead a $75 million initiative aimed at righting some of the disparities that can lead to racism. On May 11 youth organizations from 29 states and the District of Columbia will receive grants through the “Racial Healing Initiative.” Host Michel Martin speaks with Gail […]

Via:  ww.newsone.com // EDGEWATER, N.J. — Police in northern New Jersey say a 14-year-old girl grabbed a supermarket microphone and announced, “All blacks leave the store.” The case is nearly identical to what happened on two occasions at a southern New Jersey Walmart. Edgewater police say the new case is being investigated as a possible […]