Analysis: Is Fox News Violating FCC Regulations with Allegedly Racist Content?

Analysis: Is Fox News Violating FCC Regulations with Allegedly Racist Content?

Editorial credit: Ralf Liebhold / Shutterstock.com By Esther Claudette Gittens Fox News Network has been at the center of a storm of controversy, with numerous serious allegations that some of its programming is racist. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plays a crucial role in regulating broadcast content to ensure it meets specific standards, including prohibitions […]

Analysis: Health Disparities in New York City Hospitals Across Racial Lines

Analysis: Health Disparities in New York City Hospitals Across Racial Lines

New York City, renowned for its diversity and cultural vibrancy, has long been a microcosm of broader societal issues, including healthcare disparities. This analysis urgently examines whether hospitals in non-white neighborhoods in New York City are providing inferior services compared to those in predominantly white neighborhoods, specifically in the management and treatment of diabetes, heart […]

Juneteenth Reflections: Revisiting Reparations

Juneteenth Reflections: Revisiting Reparations

By Kanya Bennett | The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights Last year, with the Juneteenth holiday in its infancy, I hosted a dynamic and engaging conversation on Pod for the Cause. The podcast guests were Keenan Keller of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, Jeffery Robinson of The Who We Are Project, and Kavon Ward of Where Is My Land. And the topic […]

Yes, Efforts to Eliminate DEI Programs are Rooted in Racism

Yes, Efforts to Eliminate DEI Programs are Rooted in Racism

By Tatishe Nteta, Adam Eichen, Douglas Rice, Jesse Rhodes, and Justin H. Gross | The Conversation Right-wing activists who have long criticized liberalism and “wokeness” in higher education and helped force the resignation of Claudine Gay, Harvard University’s first African American president, have now set their sights on ending the diversity, equity and inclusion, or DEI, programs that these activists claim helped place […]

Black Woman: Are You Taking Care of Yourself?

Black Woman: Are You Taking Care of Yourself?

By Pearl Phillip March is Women’s Month. Yes, that’s correct! In many countries, March is observed as Women’s History Month or International Women’s Month. It’s a time dedicated to celebrating women’s many achievements and contributions throughout history and contemporary society. It’s also a time to raise awareness about gender equality and women’s rights issues. Many […]

Employees Have a Right to Express Support for Black Lives Matter While they’re on the Job, According to a Historic Labor Board Decision

Employees Have a Right to Express Support for Black Lives Matter While they’re on the Job, According to a Historic Labor Board Decision

Editorial credit: tetiana.photographer / Shutterstock.com By Michael Z. Green | The Conversation A Home Depot store violated labor law when it disciplined Antonio Morales, the National Labor Relations Board ruled on Feb. 21, 2024. Morales, a Home Depot employee in the Minneapolis area, had drawn the letters BLM on a work apron and refused to remove them. […]

California introduces first-in-nation slavery reparations package

California introduces first-in-nation slavery reparations package

Editorial credit: Bob Korn / Shutterstock.com By Lara Korte | MSN SACRAMENTO, California — California state lawmakers introduced a slate of reparations bills on Wednesday, including a proposal to restore property taken by “race-based” cases of eminent domain and a potentially unconstitutional measure to provide state funding for “specific groups.” The package marks a first-in-the-nation […]

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