Denisha Maddie: Black Teaching Assistant Brags About Grading White Students In Chicago Based On Race

A black graduate teaching assistant at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology was investigated for allegedly implying that white students were being graded based on race. Denisha Maddie is a graduate teaching assistant at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology who seemingly bragged on Twitter about grading papers based on students’ race. In response, the school is investigating the situation […]

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Why Barbie is still a hit in the age of female empowerment

From the moment she was introduced in 1959, Barbie proved controversial. Her creator, a feisty California businesswoman named Ruth Handler, based the toy on a German sex doll named Lilli. Her husband, with whom she ran Mattel, then a doll-furniture company, thought she was crazy. Parents saw the figurine’s shapely proportions, which in real life would have measured a fantastical […]

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20 Things The Cast Of Star Wars Has To Do To Remain A Jedi

There is a tremendous amount of responsibility that comes with being involved in the Star Wars universe. And while there are many things that must be a tremendous amount of fun – like swinging a lightsaber around – even that comes with a significant amount of work. For those involved with the project, the time that they put towards the character definitely […]

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Whole Foods Gets Flak After Asian Restaurant Called ‘Yellow Fever’ Opens In New California Store

Several social media users believe that the restaurant name “Yellow Fever” has racist connotations. Whole Foods was bombarded by negative comments on social media in recent days, following news that a pan-Asian restaurant known as Yellow Fever opened in a new Whole Foods 365 store in Long Beach, California. As explained in a report from People, the controversy started on […]

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