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Soledad O’Brien Burns CNN For Calling Out White House Lack of Diversity: Where’s CNN’s Senior Black Staff?

Former CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien landed a solid hit on the network Monday, after the CNN Politics Twitter account shared a story about diversity within the Trump administration. O’Brien turned the question back on CNN regarding their own leadership. ABC’s Jon Karl asked White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway about the topic on Sunday, following President […] ...

GOP Senate Candidate Corey Stewart Tells Al Sharpton ‘You’re a Race Hustler’ That’s ‘Obsessed’ with Slavery in Tense Clash

On MSNBC’s Politics Nation, host Al Sharpton interviewed Trump-endorsed GOP senate candidate in Virginia Corey Stewart on race in America, and the explosive interview got heated as Stewart called Sharpton a “race hustler.” Obviously, with the events of this weekend, and it being the one year anniversary of Charlottesville, this is where the topic began. […] ...

First Lady Melania Trump Releases Statement Regarding LeBron James

The First Lady of the United States has released a statement regarding NBA player and philanthropist LeBron James, the day after her husband insulted James’ intelligence on Twitter. James recently opened a school for underprivileged children in his Ohio hometown and discussed polices, race, and the president during an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon. After the interview re-aired Friday night, Trump tweeted that Lemon “made | Read More »
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Happy 50th Birthday to Franklin, Peanuts’ First Black Character — The Story of His Creation, Debut, and Impact

Fifty years ago, American cartoonist Charles Schulz introduced his first black character, Franklin, in his beloved and popular Peanuts comic strip. July 31, 1968. Franklin's first appearance. pic.twitter.com/q3uNF9iqYV — Peanuts On This Day (@Peanuts50YrsAgo) July 31, 2018 Perhaps the most moving aspect of Franklin’s debut strip was the immediate simplicity and normalcy of the two boys’ friendship. After Franklin returned Charlie Brown’s lost beach ball | Read More »
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