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Tulane Advances ‘Gender Pronoun’ Rule, Blames Trump

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – Tulane University’s student government is requesting that students and professors add their preferred gender pronoun at the end of emails and during conversations on campus.

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BlackLivesMatter’s DeRay May Settle Lawsuit v. Baton Rouge Police

Attorneys handling a lawsuit filed against the city of Baton Rouge by #BlackLivesMatter protester DeRay Mckesson announced that a settlement may soon be reached between the two parties. The lawsuit challenged their arrests during a protest in the area that followed an officer-involved shooting of a black man.

Leslie Parms, with the Nation of Islam, talks to a small crowd outside the Triple S Food Mart where Alton Sterling was killed, July 11, 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Sterling was shot by a police officer in front of the Triple S Food Mart in Baton Rouge on July …

Media Blackout: Letter from a Black Man in Baton Rouge

While the MSM wants to pitch Baton Rouge as an example of racist America, when I talk to the residents of Baton Rouge—some white but mostly black—I’ve gotten a different story; one that’s more complex than the simple paint-by-numbers Democrat narrative that the media is shoving down America’s throat.

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Bo Dietl Says Obama Has ‘Divided’ the U.S.: ‘I’ve Never Seen Race Relations So Bad’

Former NYPD detective Bo Dietl told Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon that there is no leadership with President Barack Obama: “You have no leadership. This guy should be back on his plane. Get your butt back here to the United States. Your country. You’ll lose it–because he divided this country. I’ve never seen race relations so bad.”

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Jerome Hudson: Dr. Martin Luther King’s Dream, Race in America Under Obama

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a good time to assess where we are in relation to Dr. King’s dream. Have we achieved it? Are we closer? Might we be further away? In an interview with The Right Voice, Breitbart News’ Jerome Hudson weighed in on King’s dream and race in America under the leadership of President Barack Obama.

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Poll: Americans’ Faith in Honesty, Ethics of Police Improves

Gallup reports that after dropping to 48 percent in 2014 — from 54 percent and 58 percent between 2010 and 2013 — this year Americans 56 percent of Americans said they would rate the honesty and ethics of police as either “high” or “very high.”

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Black Politician Unleashes Torrent of Racial Epithets to Dismantle Racism

Louisiana state Senator Elbert Guillory–who became the first black Republican senator in Louisiana since Reconstruction upon switching parties in 2013–has released a YouTube video in which he drops a series of racial epithets, including the N-word, to open up what he calls a dialogue on race.