New School professor Laurie Sheck, who has been nominated for a Pulitzer prize in poetry, faced an investigation this year over her use of the “n-word” during a lesson on black author James Baldwin. She used the word during a discussion of Baldwin’s own use of the word. Ultimately the New School decided that she did not violate the college’s policy on discrimination.
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A new research paper published last week by a staff member of the women’s studies department at SUNY Brockport makes the case that the dairy industry’s production process involves the “rape” and “sexual assault” of cows.
A New York Times staff member argued Monday that “racism is in everything” when it comes to the “foundation of all systems” in the United States and should shape the newspaper’s reporting on multiple subjects, according to a report.
A script, believed to be for canceled Universal Pictures movie “The Hunt” has reportedly leaked and appears to show that outrage over the film and its politically charged plot was misplaced.
A television advertisement featuring a mother caring for her baby while men are being adventurous was taken off air after new rules came into force banning portrayals of “harmful gender stereotypes” in commercials.
The controversial mural depicting George Washington will be covered with panels instead of paint, the San Francisco Board of Education voted Tuesday.
Max Boot published a column that explained to National Review that a war on white supremacism really means snuffing out anyone who disagrees with the far-left.
Former Johns Hopkins Professor Daniel Povey argued in a blog post this week that many American colleges demonize white men. Povey may not find his future career to be more welcoming to ideological diversity — he has accepted a position at Facebook.
Labour’s London mayor Sadiq Khan has come out in support of a British slavery museum in the capital, an idea promoted by the socialist-progressive Fabian Society.
BERLIN (AP) – A 9-year-old girl is suing a centuries-old Berlin boys choir, arguing that her bid to join was only rejected because of her gender, in a case that has sparked debate over equal rights versus artistic freedom.
Some Google employees are using a strange analogy involving colored coffee beans to explain and promote diversity hiring, according to newly released internal documents published Wednesday by Project Veritas.
During a Russia press conference for “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,” Quentin Tarantino rebuffed accusations that his movie unfairly portrayed martial arts legend Bruce Lee.
Students at George Washington University signed a fake petition seeking to remove the oppressive “white man” stick figures from crosswalk signals, in what one student called “a lack of representation issue.”
Greta Thunberg, the teen face of the youth climate change movement, set sail on Wednesday from England to New York City for a U.N. summit.
The University of Georgia is hosting a “Taco’bout it Tuesday” event that encourages male student to reflect on their masculinity. The university claims its goal is to “provide a supportive space for male-identified students to engage in critical thought” about topics like “the aesthetics of manhood,” while also stating that “gender is a social construct.”
Diversity officials at the University of South Dakota are asking white students to consider if they are “taking up” too much “space” on campus.
A Tunisian LGBT activist who lives as a political refugee in Paris was brutally assaulted in an alleged homophobic attack requiring hospitalisation.
IMDb will allow its users to remove birth names from the site following an outcry from transgender activists and actors, who criticized the Amazon-owned site for publishing their birth names without their consent.
Archbishop Joseph Naumann told pro-life leaders gathered in Louisville last week that they are part of the “most important human rights effort of our time and our age.”
Model and actor Josh Kloss alleges that pop megastar Katy Perry publicly pulled down his pants at costume designer Johnny Wujek’s birthday party in 2012.
Pop superstar Taylor Swift joined the chorus of left-wing activists demanding the rectification of the dubious “gender pay gap” for female soccer stars, while accepting the Icon Award at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday from the U.S. women’s soccer captain Alex Morgan.
Joshua Rush, the teenaged star for the Disney Channel’s “Andi Mack” series, has announced that he is bi-sexual.
Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, is hosting a program that aims to help students rid themselves of “toxic masculinity.” The goal of the program is to “reimagine manhood through different cultures, perspectives, and experiences.”
The governor of Illinois recently signed a bill that will mandate public schools in the state teach LGBT history, beginning next year. The new legislation will require schools to incorporate “a study of the roles and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people” as part of the American history curriculum.
Yale University has refused to uncover a controversial stone carving that depicts a struggle between a Native American and a Puritan, despite promising to move it and make it available for viewing. The School previously modified the art to remove the Puritan’s musket while leaving the Native American’s bow.
The return of the Nickelodeon children’s cartoon “Rocko’s Modern Life” will feature a transgender story arc, according to the series creator.