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House passes bill banning race-based hairstyle discrimination 

 

The House on Monday passed a bill that would ban discrimination that stems from race-based hairstyles.

The legislation, called the CROWN Act, would apply in part to situations in employment, housing and federally funded programs.

Rep. Ilhan Omar celebrated the bill’s passage in a Monday tweet.

“For far too long, Black women have been penalized for simply existing as themselves—that ends today,” Omar wrote.

House passes bill banning race-based hairstyle discrimination

Tags: Cultural, Hair, Inclusion, Policy, Politics, Safety

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23-Sep-2020


Barbados civil unions referendum could see LGBT+ people killed 

 

The announcements this week came in a formal speech for the State Opening of Parliament in Barbados. The speech is the mechanism by which the government sets out its agenda.

The Queen’s representative, Governor General Dame Sandra Mason gave the speech. However, it is the government that writes it.

In it, Prime Minister Mia Mottley promised wide-ranging changes in Barbados. And she made headlines around the world by announcing the country will drop Queen Elizabeth as its head of state.

But hidden in it was an indication Barbados will drop another vestige of its colonial legacy – its ‘sodomy’ law.

The country rarely enforces the law against gay sex. But it is technically one of the most punitive in the world with a maximum sentence of life in imprisonment. Scrapping it will almost certainly be a pre-requisite for recognizing same-sex relationships.

Barbados civil unions referendum could see LGBT+ people killed

Gay Man Allegedly Knocked Out by Homophobic Uber Driver in Bashing

Queer woman driven to tears and forced to quit job after colleague slipped vile homophobic note into locker

Tags: Activism, Attack, Backlash, Car Service, Death, Employment, Fear, Gay, Homophobia, Laws, LGBTQ, Marriage Equality, Overreaction, Policy, Politics, Resignation, Safety, Service, Threat, Travel, Violence, World

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17-Sep-2020


What if We All Just Didn't Vote? 

 

Former presidential candidate and low-energy American Jeb Bush had an interesting thought for us all to chew on in the lead-up to election day. During an appearance at Harvard last week, he was asked if he was voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, since he's already publicly ruled out voting for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. He dodged the question, but when asked what would happen if normal voters followed his lead and avoided the major-party candidates, he replied, "If everybody didn't vote, that would be a pretty powerful political statement, wouldn't it?"

What would happen if, say, a brain parasite that prevents people from voting in any way infects everyone in America from now until inauguration day 2017? And while we're imagining things, let's also go back in time and give that parasite to the Americans who already voted by mail, so now they all haven't voted either. Jeb Bush's fantasy has come to life.

What happens now, and who becomes president?

"The Constitution says somebody has to be president," said Richard E. Berg-Andersson, creator of TheGreenPapers.com, one of the first election-tracking websites. "You can't go around without a president of the United States."

As anyone who has watched Veep knows, if no candidate gets a majority in the Electoral College—which none of them would if no electors voted—the presidential pick would go to the House of Representatives, with each state delegation getting one vote to be doled out to any of the three presidential candidates who got the most electoral votes.

What if We All Just Didn't Vote?

Tags: Effect, History, Leaders, Policy, Politics, Psychology

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13-Sep-2020


Florida city repeals 13-year ban on saggy pants 

 

After 13 years, a South Florida city has overturned a ban on “saggy pants” — bottoms that reveal the wearer's underwear.

The Opa-locka City Commission voted Wednesday on a 4-1 vote to repeal both the original 2007 legislation and a 2013 ordinance that said women, not just men, could receive civil citations for wearing pants that exposed their undergarments.

Florida city repeals 13-year ban on saggy pants

Tags: Cancellation, Enforcement, Fashion, Policy, Racial Tension

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13-Sep-2020


Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she doesn’t expect ‘mass crowds of trick-or-treating’ this Halloween 

 

On what should have been an epic year for Halloween lovers, with the annual celebration of costumes and candy falling on a Saturday, it seems the coronavirus will be playing the final trick on those seeking treats in Chicago.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city’s looking at how to best celebrate the holiday and doesn’t expect it to look like years past. Lightfoot said the city is working on plans to recognize and celebrate Halloween, but in a way that’s “consistent with the public health guidance.”

Mayor Lori Lightfoot

Halloween candy slide may help trick-or-treating stay socially distanced

Tags: Celebration, Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Halloween, Holiday, Parental Burden, Policy, Safety, Youth

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10-Sep-2020


Oscar for wokeness: Anger in Hollywood as it is announced films will have to meet 'representation and inclusion' requirements if they are eligible to win Best Picture 

 

Film stars raged at 'Woke Hollywood' last night after the Oscars announced that movies will have to meet diversity targets to be eligible to win Best Picture from 2024.

The Academy Awards shake-up means films hoping to win the top prize will have to hire more black, female, LGBT or disabled cast and crew or address themes that affect those communities.

The move comes after months of race protests in the US and years of pressure from activists who have called for a boycott of the glitzy event.

'The new RULES to qualify for Best Picture are dictatorial... anti-artist... Hollywood you're swinging so far left you're bumping into your own ass.'

Fellow actor Nick Searcy said: 'The Oscars used to be, just like the movies, something we all shared.

'Woke Hollywood turned it all into a weapon they could use against anyone who disagreed with their politics. This is how Hollywood destroyed itself, like the NBA, NFL and MLB just did.'

Film blogger Sasha Stone said: 'If the Academy inclusion mandate makes marginalized people feel they have a better chance getting employed I think that's a success.

'But I don't like that productions will be disqualified if they don't meet the demands. Just not the purpose of the Oscars.'

Oscar for wokeness

Tags: Activism, Art, Award, Backlash, Disinheritance, Employment, Enforcement, Entertainment, Fear, Hollywood, Policy, Termination, Weird

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09-Sep-2020


Porn producers are bringing security cameras and liaison officers to protect talent after dozens of women accused adult film star Ron Jeremy of sex attacks, as he's hit with 20 new charges, including assault of 15-year-old girl 

 

Porn producers are bringing in special measures to protect performers after dozens of women accused adult film star Ron Jeremy of sex attacks.

Top porn star Keiran Lee - who works with leading porn production companies such as Canadian firm Brazzers - is introducing measures including the use of CCTV cameras on set and hiring 'talent liaison officers' to help performers deal with any allegations of abuse.

Lee's production company Mr. Big is making the move in response to the ongoing court case against Jeremy.

Porn producers are bringing security cameras and liaison officers

Killer And Rapist Who Admitted Brutal Double Murder Was Motivated By Hatred Of Women Controversially Paroled In NY

30-Year-Old Man Charged with Attempting to Break Into Girl's Room in Anaheim

Tags: Business, Children, Lifestyle, Minors, Misconduct, Murder, Neighbor, Policy, Porn, Prison, Rape, Release, Safety, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Threat

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03-Sep-2020


Network Comedies’ Future Threatened By Outdated Broadcast Business Model 

 

It was once considered the holy grail, landing a comedy series on a broadcast network. But now studios may be walking away from the genre as the decades-old broadcast model is becoming increasingly non-viable in the streaming age.

The broadcast model, created when broadcast TV was the only game in town, is based on the studios taking the risk and reaping the rewards in success. Today, with the rise of vertical integration and streaming, it has evolved into studios taking the risk with very little or no reward to be had, especially for indies, which explains why they have been calling for changes to the antiquated financial formula.

“Downstream economics have changed drastically,” one industry insider said.

In television, networks pay a negotiated per-episode license fee to studios that produce the shows. In broadcast, for the first four seasons, the license fee is significantly lower than the cost of producing a series. The studio covers the deficit, or “deficit finances,” incurring tens or even hundreds of millions in costs before it can start to recoup some of the money spent.

Network Comedies’ Future Threatened By Outdated Broadcast Business Model

Tags: $, Business, Comedy, Entertainment, Future, Policy, Replacement, Survival

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25-Aug-2020


Video shows mob of women attacking 17-year-old Chili's hostess allegedly over social distancing guidelines 

 

A 17-year-old Chili's hostess says she was attacked by a group of women who were allegedly angered by the restaurant's social distancing policies, and the incident was captured on a cellphone video.

Kelsy Wallace, a straight-A high school student, told WBRZ-TV that the women grew upset when they were told that they could not sit at the same table.

"My general manager and my other managers tell us we cannot sit a table bigger than six because of the corona. We are supposed to separate them," said Wallace.

"And they got upset, so the first thing I did was go get my manager," she explained.

Video shows mob of women attacking 17-year-old

Tags: Attack, Business, Employment, Food, Policy, Restaurant, Safety, Video, Violence, Women In Charge, Youth

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12-Aug-2020


Sleep is for privileged white people, popular magazine says — so now activists call for 'rest reparations' 

 

Teen Vogue published an article last week alleging sleep is indicative of systemic racism.

Now some activists are calling for "rest reparations" in the form of sabbaticals and time off from work and other strenuous activities.

What are the details?

The article, titled, "Black Power Naps is Addressing Systemic Racism in Sleep," reveals the Black Power Naps initiative, which alleges that African Americans typically have shorter life spans when compared to their white peers.

Black Power Naps — created by writers Navild Acosta and Fannie Sosa — insists that black lives are shorter than white lives because blacks experience "generational fatigue" simply on the grounds that they are African American.

The Blaze

Tags: Cultural, Disease, Employment, Environment, Hate, Health, Holiday, Policy, Racial Tension, Treatment

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17-Jul-2020


NBA players are already snitching on Disney bubble violators 

 

The NBA’s “snitch hotline” is apparently blowing up.

As part of a 113-page memo, the NBA set up an anonymous hotline for players to report peers they suspect are breaking the rules.

Multiple tips have already been submitted to the hotline, according to The Athletic, to report potential protocol violations. The NBA is attempting to uphold a bubble-like atmosphere in Orlando, Fla. in order to resume its season later this month.

The tips have already irked some around the league. Clippers guard Lou Williams posted a rat emoji on twitter. In an interview with Bleacher Report, Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie — who is sitting out the restart after testing positive for coronavirus — announced “To all my fellow NBA players, don’t call the snitch hotline.”

NY Post

Tags: Criticism, Employment, Etiquette, Policy, Safety

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15-Jul-2020


Seattle Police Say Most Non-White Officers Will be Fired if City Cuts Budget 

 

The Seattle Police Department (SPD) announced that many of their newly hired, non-white officers would be the first let go should the city continue with drastic, politically motivated talks of budget cuts.

Seattle Police told residents Friday that current City Council discussions about cutting the department's budget by 50 percent would be "catastrophic for public safety." Seattle Chief of Police Carmen Best warned activist groups and council members alike that the department's "newest, most broadly diverse officers on patrol" would be the first employees they are "forced to terminate" under the proposed budget cuts. Best wrote a letter to Mayor Jenny Durkan Friday cautioning that at least 50 percent of BIPOC officers would be the first people fired.

Newsweek

Tags: $, Community, Cultural, Employment, Environment, Police, Policy, Termination

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12-Jul-2020


Two Texas police officers fatally shot while responding to a domestic disturbance 

 

Two police officers in McAllen, Texas, were killed while answering a domestic disturbance call Saturday afternoon, according to the police chief.

The officers were shot by a suspect as they approached the door of a home, McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez said during a press conference Saturday evening.

"The officers never had a chance to suspect a deadly assault on them, much less death, at that moment in time," a very emotional Rodriguez told reporters.

Two Texas police officers fatally shot while responding to a domestic disturbance

NYPD cop placed in headlock while trying to break up Bronx crowd, video shows

City Hall ‘walks’ back Mayor’s plan for community leaders to ‘walk with police officers’

Tags: All Rights, Attack, Community, Crime, Demands, Leaders, Murder, Police, Policy, Protest, Rejection, Video, Violence

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12-Jul-2020


Widow condemns "barbaric" death of driver beaten over masks 

 

The wife of a French bus driver who was beaten to death after he asked four passengers to wear face masks aboard his vehicle called Saturday for “exemplary punishment” for his killers.

The assault on Philippe Monguillot has scandalized France. President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday dispatched the interior minister to meet the driver's widow after his death was announced Friday. He had been hospitalized in critical condition after the July 5 attack.

Veronique Monguillot said she told the minister, Gerald Darmanin, that she and their three daughters were “destroyed” by the attack on her husband at a bus stop in Bayonne, southwest France.

“We must bang a fist on the table, so this never happens again,” she said. “It's barbaric, not normal. We must stop this massacre."

ABC News

Coronavirus and racism could worsen black suicide rate, experts warn

Coronavirus update: Democratic Louisiana governor issues mask mandate as state’s death toll rises

California to release 8,000 inmates in attempt to combat COVID-19 spike in prisons

As Texas morgues fill up, refrigerator trucks are on the way in several counties

Customer leaves $1,000 tip on $43 tab at N.J. restaurant; thanks staff ‘for working through this tough time’

Florida sets grim coronavirus record with nearly 500 deaths in one week

Coronavirus: Orange County reports 1,251 new cases and 9 new deaths

Disney World Reopening Gets Mixed First Reactions As Fans Give Park’s Welcome Back Videos Horror Treatment

Patient dies after catching coronavirus at 'COVID party' in Texas

Tags: $, Anguish, Chaos, Charity, Coronavirus, Crime, Crowd Mentality, Cruelty, Cultural, Employment, Enforcement, Environment, Etiquette, Health, Hostility, Leaders, Masks, Mental Health, Murder, Overpopulation, Parties, Policy, Politics, Population Control, Poverty, Priorities, Racial Tension, Racism, Respect, Restaurant, Sad, Safety, Suicide, Surge, Survival, Treatment, Warning, World, Youth

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12-Jul-2020


Black lives matter — so stop supporting policies that have failed Black communities 

 

Although some of the leaders of the best-funded Black Lives Matter organizations seek to move the United States toward socialism and impose other far-left goals (the co-founder of BLM, Patrisse Cullors, acknowledged in a 2015 interview that she is a “trained Marxist”), millions of others who identify with the BLM movement merely want police and criminal justice reforms and greater racial equality.

Improving African American communities is, of course, a noble goal. But it’s exceptionally difficult to fix a problem if one doesn’t identify its cause. And it seems, based on some of the rhetoric from the BLM movement, that many have failed to realize that an important reason why so many Black communities remain impoverished is that liberal politicians have imposed destructive policies on them for decades.

The Hill

Black Lives Matter's surprising target: Los Angeles County's first Black district attorney

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Backlash, Community, Cultural, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Judgment, Laws, No Punishment, Opinion, Police, Policy, Politics, Representation, Support

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10-Jul-2020




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