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We don't have to hang out on that plantation anymore.
She made quite a splash at the South Beach Food and Wine Festival in Miami on Feb. 23, as she addressed a crowd of several
Dora Charles and Paula Deen were soul sisters. That’s what Ms. Deen called the black cook from the start, even before the books and the television shows and the millions of dollars.
Charles said that Deen had used racial slurs and asked her to do things she found demeaning, like ringing a dinner bell in
Now that Paula Deen is out at Food Network she's going to have to re-enter the job market. So to help potential employers
As the Paula Deen saga continues to unfold, many notable figures are sharing their thoughts on the controversy surrounding
"Paula was, by far ... the most gracious, generous, kind, loving and feisty person I'd ever worked with," Cutchlow told CBS2
Fellow crisis managers aren't as hopeful, however. As the Paula Deen saga closes out its third week and the jury continues
We cannot right the wrongs that mare our past. Persecuting Paula Deen for racism in this country is not going to fix the hundreds of years of intolerance toward any specific group of people.
The Food Network jumped into very muddy water when it dumped Paula Dean too quickly. There's nothing worse than being condemned before we get the facts. And more so when we condemn others for past mistakes, especially when they've not been repeated.
Sadly for Smithfield’s Bar-B-Q, this has happened before. After Smithfield Foods announced it was being acquired by a Chinese
An attorney for the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition said current and former Paula Deen employees told him the famous cook and her brother discriminated against black employees, one of whom was consistently referred to as "my little monkey."
The Food Network's decision to drop Paula Deen from its lineup on Friday evening made it clear that the Savannah chef's career
Deen probably had no idea what she was saying at the deposition was so offensive, Pasetsky says, attributing the public relations
Scores of people vented on the Food Network's Facebook page. On Facebook, a 'We Support Paula Deen' page had more than 128,000
Paula Deen wants the whole world to know that she dropped a whopping 30 pounds since she was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes