The comedian just released a Netflix documentary that explores the issue.
“You can’t understand how powerfully racist that question is, can you?” the legendary author asked journalist Jana Wendt.
Is there no limit to what rich white guys can get away with?
"Institutional racism is real,” the 2020 Democrat told a crowd in Ohio. “It doesn’t take away your pain or suffering. It’s just a different issue."
"If people are saying they want to fix racism or fix this issue in our country, then they need to put their money where their mouth is,” says the Rev. Robert W. Lee IV.
"She’s become the face of everything, culturally, we hate about white privilege," the co-host of "The View" said of the disgraced actress.
“Who’s getting the thumb on the scale? Largely it’s not low-income or brown or black kids, it’s wealthy kids,” one expert said.
“I want to keep my job so I’m not going to say anything."
“Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is trying that little trick on Tucker Carlson and me."
The gaffe, for which Martin apologized, happened in a conversation about job qualifications.
Upholding white supremacy does, in fact, serve white women’s interest.
People of color shouldn't have to assimilate in order to belong.
The outspoken comedian will tackle U.S. politics in a forthcoming Netflix documentary.
No one is due a prestigious job. Especially not if they stand accused of mistreating people.
"Working with you will be the biggest regret of my career," host Al Jackson told Beau Davidson during their argument on "Daily Blast Live."
Acknowledging white privilege must lead to action, not just deeper reflection and despair. Otherwise, it becomes part of the problem.
In the year since the "Unite the Right" rally, the city has grappled with the fact that the problem wasn’t outsiders.
Some suggestions for my fellow well-meaning white ladies.