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A year after the scandal, Deen launches an online video network -- and she gave HuffPost Taste the details.
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
If you thought you'd never have to see Paula Deen again, think again.
To believe racism is non-existent in the American justice system amongst other venues is a ludicrous omission of societal norms and an obtuse understanding of human nature.
Hip-hop has globalized "nigga," morphing its role into much more than the casual conversational term that it served as for decades exclusively within black America. So should blacks in America be mad at this harsh reality?
The bigger question this Independence Day is how can we all grow from this? Can we declare our independence from racism? And in the process, could we -- should we -- forgive Paula Deen?
Sales data provided to The Huffington Post by Nielsen show that sales of Deen's recent cookbooks have exploded since the
Paula Deen and Alec Baldwin both used offensive language and demeaned whole populations of people. Why is there a vast disparity between how the public and businesses reacted? Why did Baldwin get off the hook while Deen is fighting to hang on to any semblance of dignity?
Why? Over the past week and a half, as the furor surrounding Deen's racism scandal mounted, the Queen of Southern Cuisine
Watch President Carter's interview above. Deen and Carter both grew up in rural towns in Georgia, about 40 miles apart. "Turns
"Paula was, by far ... the most gracious, generous, kind, loving and feisty person I'd ever worked with," Cutchlow told CBS2
Walmart and Target are just two of the many companies to have cut ties with Paula Deen since the former Food Network star's history of using racial slurs came to light. But not all companies have completely backed away from Deen -- far from it, in fact.
On Thursday afternoon, home-shopping network QVC announced on its blog that it would be "taking a pause" from its relationship
Editor's Note: We'll be updating this post as companies continue to cut ties with Deen. Walmart and Target are just two of
Bill Burr has no doubt that we will see Paula Deen back on our TVs sooner rather than later. In fact, these sort of scandals
Fellow crisis managers aren't as hopeful, however. As the Paula Deen saga closes out its third week and the jury continues
The company had originally stated that it had no plans to drop Deen. That may be still be case, but it's unclear what "suspend
Paula Deen's life has been full of ups and downs, but recently it's been mostly downs. Learn about the rise and fall of Paula
One word is no worse than any other, and it is time to move on to looking in our own mirrors, and evaluating our own behavior -- including what we tolerate from our children, friends and co-workers.
What this brouhaha shows is that we are not even close to being an inclusive society, despite having a black president, despite the inroads the women's movement has made, despite our sudden willingness to deal with immigration reform.