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Mar 26 2023
Hollywood’s top Native American producer is a fake, activists claim
One of Hollywood’s leading Native American figures is being accused of faking her claims of Cherokee heritage, The Post can reveal. Award-winning Heather Rae, 56, serves on the Academy of Motion Pictures’ Indigenous Alliance, previously headed up the Sundance Institute’s Native American program and claims “my mother was Indian and my father was a cowboy.” Multiple prior news reports have alsoNew York Post (News)
Apr 24 2023
Media Bias is Unavoidable. The Key is Getting Multiple Perspectives.
The press can and should focus on facts and be accurate, as demonstrated by our great guest writers, journalists G. Michael Killenberg and Rob Anderson, who recently wrote "Media Bias Exists, But It's Not That Simple" for the AllSides Perspectives blog about the Fox News (Right bias) defamation lawsuit and $787 million settlement with Dominion Voting Systems.
In theirJohn Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Mar 19 2015
What's happening to Crimea a year after Russia annexation 'Racial Thursdays': Army investigates allegedly organized ethnic
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Mar 23 2023
Boston radio show producer suspended after blurting out anti-Asian slur while on air
A morning producer at a Massachusetts radio station has been suspended after he used an ethnic slur on air to describe an ESPN journalist, . During on Tuesday, the discussion centered around a Boston city councilor’s , commonly referred to as “nips.” Co-hosts Greg Hill, Jermaine Wiggins, and Courtney Cox then ranked what their favorite brands are. That's when producer Chris Curtis chimed in,Raw Story
Mar 28 2023
House Passes Bipartisan Bill To Fight Chinese ‘State-Sponsored Forced Organ Harvesting’
The U.S. House of Representatives decisively passed bipartisan legislation Monday to crack down on the Chinese organ harvesting industry.
In a 412-2 vote, the House approved H.R. 1154, the Stopped Forced Organ Harvesting Act, which would sanction those involved in the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) state-sponsored harvesting of human organs. Chinese ethnic minorities, such as theThe Daily Caller
Mar 16 2023
Texas takes control of Houston's public schools, raising questions of racial power grab
(CNN) -- Leaders of the Houston Independent School District, the largest school district in Texas and one of the biggest in the nation, will be replaced by a new board appointed by the state commissioner of education, the district said Wednesday, raising questions over whether the new leaders will reflect the city's ethnic and racial diversity and its political priorities. The Texas EducationCBS News (Online)
Mar 14 2023
Restaurant Specials, Parties: St. Patrick's Day Events Around Vienna
VIENNA, VA — St. Patrick’s Day is on a Friday this year, and local restaurants and bars will be swimming in Kelly green. There will be plenty of ways to celebrate Irish culture and heritage, so dress in your best green attire and head out to celebrate at Vienna's small businesses. There's good news for Catholics who abstain from eating meat on Fridays during Lent but want to enjoy some cornedPatch.com
Apr 17 2023
Toxic polarization is poisoning America. Here's how you can help stop it this week.
April 17-23, 2023 is the 6th annual National Week of Conversation, where thousands of Americans will join together to help bridge the divide between Americans by having conversations despite differences. To learn more and join an event, click here.
This blog orginally posted on USA Today (Lean Left) and was written by Becca Kearl of Living Room Conversations (Mixed), Cheryl Graeve of"USA Today" Contributor
Mar 11 2023
Decked out in green, Utahns celebrate St. Patrick's Day with parade and festival
SALT LAKE CITY — St. Patrick's Day isn't just a holiday for Kellie Stone. It's also her birthday and a day to celebrate her Irish heritage. The 46th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade and Siamsa — Celtic celebration — hosted by the Hibernian Society of Utah became the perfect place for Stone to celebrate Saturday among thousands of Utahns decked out in green and shamrocks. Stone comes every yearKSL
Mar 10 2023
Seattle to replace aging cherry trees next to Pike Place Market
After a debate around their preservation, eight aging cherry trees will be removed from the entrance of Pike Place Market next week and replaced with younger trees to honor Japanese heritage. Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell announced Friday that he will order the city to remove the trees next week, replacing them with younger cherry trees, while maintaining the symbolism “Cherry blossom trees areThe Seattle Times