September 24, 2020

Blogs tagged with Racism,

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  1. CArnell Knowledge - Civil Rights, Politics, and Discussion for Democrats and Republicans
    Political discussion and commentary. Civil Rights Movement, Affirmative Action, Social Security, Slavery, and Welfare.
    Added on Jul 27, 2005 | 1756 Views | 
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  2. Chocolate Vent
    Chocolate Vent is a passionate blogger who is well known for her unconventional opinions. Her perspective is sure to spark conversation and challenge the way you look at relationships.
    Added on Oct 23, 2014 | 1274 Views | 
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  3. Color Of Crime
    Exposing hate-crimes, violence, corrupt government procedures and politicians and racism that goes unnoticed by the media.
    Added on May 12, 2008 | 2240 Views | 
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  4. Drive-by Times
    Left-leaning blog with regular cartoon feature
    Added on Feb 1, 2010 | 861 Views | 
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  5. Editorial Bear
    Musings on the news stories of the day
    Added on Feb 22, 2007 | 585 Views | 
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  6. Eristic ragemail
    Progressive analysis of immigration issues and critical analysis of nativist advocates.
    Added on Mar 1, 2008 | 1014 Views | 
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  7. Fresh angle
    The blog is a commentary on current international affairs. It aims to bring a fresh perspective to stories making the headlines.
    Added on Dec 15, 2011 | 831 Views | 
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  8. I am The Man: Musings of a White American Male (WAM!)
    My name is Keith Becker. I am a middle-class, twenty-something white American Christian male. I am one of the majority, one of the many who have so much going for them and yet do so little to change our world for the better. I reject my cultural heritage of tyrants and oppressors and work to change the archetype, the essence of what it means to be a WAM (see title). And as I do, I muse to you!
    Added on Jul 11, 2007 | 1808 Views | 
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  9. Lady Progressive
    Social Commentarty Blog
    Added on Dec 9, 2009 | 771 Views | 
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  10. Microdac
    The thoughts of Microdac on making this world a better place for all
    Added on Feb 9, 2007 | 1131 Views | 
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  11. Race-Talk
    Our goal is to revolutionize thought, communication and activism related to race and equality. Race-Talk has more than 30 extraordinary authors who deliberately discuss race, gender and equity issues in the US and globally.
    Added on Jan 14, 2010 | 1910 Views | 
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  12. Rebel With A Clue
    Southern Heritage, No Hate, No Apologies teaching true Confederate Battle Flag, Rebel Pride and Civil War history in the South with no hate or racism.
    Added on Feb 14, 2010 | 1019 Views | 
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  13. the Arrogant Philosopher
    General interest blog discussing politics, race, culture, law, legal issues, history
    Added on Apr 26, 2007 | 714 Views | 
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  14. The Black Factor
    Just because no one has been called the “n” word doesn’t mean there aren’t racial issues on your job! The Black Factor exposes the shenanigans of on-the-job racists and provides strategies for coping with disparities, harassment, retaliation, etc.
    Added on Aug 14, 2006 | 835 Views | 
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  15. The Hutchinson Report
    A hard hitting news and commentary site on race and politics in America.
    Added on Jun 23, 2006 | 883 Views | 
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  16. This Week In Race
    THIS WEEK IN RACE features critical commentary on the language and images of race in American social and political life.
    Added on Oct 14, 2007 | 937 Views | 
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  17. This Week in Race
    THIS WEEK IN RACE features critical commentary on the language and images of race in American social and political life.
    Added on Oct 27, 2007 | 767 Views | 
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  18. Years Later We Would Remember
    The goals of Years Later We Would Remember -- the documentary, the book, the website and public presentations -- are to promote tolerance in a compelling and entertaining way.
    Added on Jan 14, 2010 | 681 Views | 
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