With his face and body blighted by symbols of hate, Bryon Widner struggled to escape his past. But salvation came— from the very people he once tormented.
Widner’s story of reform, told in gripping detail by the Associated …
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You may be able to hide behind a mask this Halloween, but what if that mask is an offensive representation of someone else’s culture?
A student group at UC Berkeley cooks up controversy with its anti-affirmative action bake sale.
If Italian Vogue is trying to drum up interest in boring old hoop earrings, they’ve certainly chosen a controversial way to go about it.
According to Nivea, the shaggy, disheveled look is out. But in an attempt to relay that message, the skincare brand is in the midst of a public-relations blunder for releasing an ad that many believed was racist.
A Minnesota school district is getting sued for allowing its students to play off the pejorative “n-word” for a themed homecoming event.
Welcome to NewsFeed’s weekly highlight of the vocabulary of our lives — including useful, new, hilarious and surprising words (as well as some that are just fun to roll off the old tongue).
An advertising campaign that compares Naomi Campbell to Cadbury chocolate has left the supermodel with a bitter taste in her mouth.
“Culturally, [Obama] will have to demonstrate that even though he comes from an unusual background, he is a fervent believer in the old-fashioned bourgeois virtues: order, self-discipline, punctuality and personal
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