Ferguson: racism, police brutality or release of steam?

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By Evaldas Labananauskas Edited by Andrew Romanov For more than a month, Ferguson has been on the news in U.S. There are a lot of versions and interpretations of the tragedy. It is… Read More

Racism is a Result of Being Uninformed

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Race is a difficult topic for people to understand and talk about. I think that one of the reasons that racism occurs in today’s society is because people are unaware or uniformed of… Read More

Race Narratives

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While reporters strive for objectivity, our work can never really reach that perfect non-biased view. It’s important to remember that journalists are also people in society, and are therefore susceptible to the influences… Read More

Fear and Race

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It is my belief that racism comes from fear. Fear of the unknown and unfamiliar, which translates into the fear of the people who may look, talk, or act different than someone else.… Read More

Race, Ferguson and America’s Future

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It ain’t easy being black in America. A simple glance at the data will tell you why. Let’s start with education. According to the National Centre for Education Statistics, high school graduation rates for… Read More

Is gun violence is really about Race?

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Anton Chekhov, the great Russian author and scenario-writer said: “ If in the first act  you have hung a gun on the wall, then in the following act it should be fired” It… Read More

RACISM IS REAL

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RACISM IS REAL PERSONALLY Racism is a relatively new concept to me, though I have experienced it now to some degree, it is still beginning to soak in my psychic as it has… Read More

Why is there still racism in the media?

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I don’t know very much about race relations in America. I want that to be the first thing I say on the topic. It’s not that I don’t want to know, or that… Read More

Geography Plays Vital Role in Race Relations in America

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By Sepeedeh Hashemian Edited by Lila Ojha Dhakal After living in Washington State for 13 years I can honestly say when it comes to race relations, they vary from state to state. Being… Read More

Racial Tension in America

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Racism is defined as, “A belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race.” Throughout my life, I… Read More

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