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’90 Day Fiancé’: Laura Jallali Has Officially Divorced Aladin–Here’s How Much Money She Gets From Him a Month 

 

Laura Jallali and Aladin Jallali appeared in the first season of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. They got married in July 2018 and split in Oct. 2019. As of Oct. 21, they are officially divorced. Laura opened up about her divorce from Aladin in a recent interview, where she shared her suspicions that he was unfaithful and how much he’s been ordered to pay her a month.

’90 Day Fiancé’: Laura Jallali Has Officially Divorced Aladin

Tags: Celebrity, Cheating, Cultural, Environment, Lifestyle, Marriage, Men In Charge, Reality, TV

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27-Oct-2020


Adele and SNL come under fire for Africa sex tourism sketch 

 

"Saturday Night Live" is facing a backlash over a sketch in which Adele, Kate McKinnon and Heidi Gardner play White divorcees lusting over African men.

The skit, intended to mock sex tourism, sees the trio encouraging visitors to come to Africa, boasting repeatedly about its "tribesmen" and "massive bamboos," as Black male extras carry women across a beach in the background.

Adele and SNL come under fire for Africa sex tourism sketch

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Comedy, Criticism, Cultural, Entertainment, No One Cares, Overreaction, Parody

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27-Oct-2020


For fifth year in a row, hate crimes rise in Orange County — and by 24% 

 

From slurs to physical confrontations, hate crimes in Orange County rose in 2019 for the fifth year in a row, and by a huge leap, 24%.

A majority of the crimes involved the perpetrator attacking the victim for his or her race, national origin or ethnicity.

Although Black people constitute less than 2% of Orange County’s nearly 3.2 million residents, they were the most targeted racial group, according to the report.

Among the hate crimes motivated by religious prejudice, members of the Jewish community were the primary targets, representing about two-thirds of 44 hate incidents, followed by Catholics, other Christians and Muslims, according to the report. Among crimes related to victims’ sexual orientation and gender identity, a majority of the cases were antigay, followed by antifemale and antitransgender.

For fifth year in a row, hate crimes rise in Orange County — and by 24%

Tags: Crime, Cultural, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Humiliation, Judgment, LGBTQ, Politics, Racism, Rampage, Reaction, Self Interest, Statistics, Violence

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23-Oct-2020


Brazen cop who filmed vile transphobic rap calling for Hillary Clinton’s execution while in uniform escapes firing 

 

Robert Sisco was placed on administrative leave after he posted a video of himself rapping in his car while in uniform and with his name tag on show: “There’s only two genders and Trump’s still your president / Boys have a penis and girls have a vagina.”

After the video of the New Patz cop went viral in June, town board officials sought to have him fired. However it was announced Wednesday (October 21) that a settlement had been struck with the Police Benevolent Association of New York State, a law enforcement labour union, and Sisco.

Brazen cop who filmed vile transphobic rap calling for Hillary Clinton’s execution while in uniform escapes firing

Tags: Backlash, Cultural, Hate, Hostility, Inciting Violence, LGBTQ, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Police, Rampage, Rap, Trans

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23-Oct-2020


Sports writer Jason Whitlock says Trump is gaining momentum among black men who are able to relate to his 'masculinity and disdain for political correctness' 

 

Journalist Jason Whitlock says President Trump is gaining 'clear momentum' with black male voters in the lead-up to the election.

The sportswriter, 53, made the declaration during an appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Wednesday - just hours after he sat down with the Commander-in-chief for an interview with the website OutKick.

'I think we have been carrying on a facade for three-and-a-half years as black men that somehow we can't relate to Donald Trump, that we didn't celebrate him in hip-hop music for decades, that he wasn't friends with countless black athletes, entertainers, celebrities,' Whitlock stated.

He added that Trump's 'masculinity' and his disdain for political correctness were 'things that a lot of black men can relate to'.

Trump is gaining particular ground with younger black voters. According to FiveThirtyEight, 35 percent of black adults under the age of 29 stated that they liked 'strong demeanor and defiance of the establishment'.

Sports writer Jason Whitlock says Trump is gaining momentum among black men

Tags: Cultural, Leaders, Politics, Preference, Voting

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22-Oct-2020


‘Just no’: JLo just dropped a song with Maluma. It didn’t go over well with everyone 
 

Apparently JLo’s new song with Maluma, “Lonely,” contains lyrics that some people find offensive.

Case in point: “Yo siempre seré tu negrita del Bronx,” translates to “I will always be your little black girl from The Bronx.”

The term “negrita” is used in many Latino cultures as a term of endearment, kind of like the word “gorda,” which doesn’t equate to “fat,” but “cutie.” Or “mama,” which can be even used on small children in place of “honey.”

“I don’t like JLo She’s just a wanna be black girl that can hit a two step. She’s an All Lives Matter supporter and now she’s calling herself a ‘black girl from the Bronx.’ idk why she still makes music my dog has better vocal agility than her. Just no.”

‘Just no’: JLo just dropped a song with Maluma. It didn’t go over well with everyone

My mother called me negrito all the time and it was the sweetest meltiest thing. I knew it was not full of malice because her heart thumped whenever she said it and if that's fake I'm outta here. Black people are so persistent that the word is an abomination that they only use it only to humiliate their own, sell some records or control all sexual situations. For latinos it means lots of celebrations with hugs, kisses, talent, sex and loud music. It's our culture and no one outside of us needs to question it. We have our own customs and our own rights. 21-Oct-2020

Tags: Awareness, Backlash, Celebrity, Cultural, Education, Etiquette, Hate, Hostility, Ignorance, Karma, Latin, Overreaction, Politics, Race War, Racial Tension, Respect

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21-Oct-2020


Man Allegedly Yelled ‘Black Lives Don’t Matter’ Before Breaking Black Teen’s Jaw With Bike Chain 

 

A Michigan man who allegedly yelled “Black lives don’t matter” before breaking a Black teen’s jaw with a bike chain has been charged with committing a hate crime.

Lee Mouat, 42, was walking with his family at a public beach in Monroe, Michigan on June 6 when he allegedly started complaining loudly about the music a group of Black teens was playing, according to a criminal complaint affidavit uploaded Tuesday by the U.S. Justice Department.

Mouat, who is white, allegedly commented on the teens’ “gang music” and referred to the three young men as “n-----s” and “monsters,” according to one witness.

“I wish somebody would say something to me so I can beat them,” the witness recalled Mouat saying, according to the affidavit.

Man Allegedly Yelled ‘Black Lives Don’t Matter’ Before Breaking Black Teen’s Jaw With Bike Chain

Tags: Activism, Backlash, Complaint, Cultural, Fear, Hate, Hostility, Injury, Mental Health, Minors, Misconduct, Racial Tension, Racism, Safety, Threat, Thug, Youth

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18-Oct-2020


The Fatal Gang Rape of a Young Woman Is Forcing a Reckoning in India Over the Caste System 

 

On Sept. 29, a 19 year-old woman died of injuries after she was allegedly gang raped by a group of men in a field in Hathras district, in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. She was a Dalit, member of a community at the bottom of India’s rigid caste hierarchy, while the four alleged perpetrators, who have been arrested and charged with murder and rape, are members of a dominant upper caste.

The woman had spent two weeks fighting for her life in a Delhi hospital after the alleged gang rape on Sept.14, which left her with severe damage to her spinal cord. (The woman has not been named in the Indian press due to a law that prohibits identifying the victims of sexual violence.)

The Fatal Gang Rape of a Young Woman Is Forcing a Reckoning in India Over the Caste System

Tags: Crime, Cruelty, Cultural, Environment, Exclusivity, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Poverty, Rape, Sex, Victims, Violence, Woman's Rights, World, Youth

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18-Oct-2020


Texas Social Workers Can Now Refuse Services to LGBTQ+ Clients 

 

Social workers in Texas can now refuse service to LGBTQ+ clients and clients with disabilities.

In an unanimous Monday vote, the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners changed its code of conduct to allow discrimination based on gender identity, sexual orientation, and disability.

The vote struck down protections that had already been in place. The board banned discrimination based on sexual orientation in 2010 and gender identity and expression in 2012.

The move had been recommended by the office of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, as the code’s former nondiscrimination protections went above and beyond those offered by state law, which oversees the disciplining of social workers. The governor’s staff had urged the changes in an email last Friday, which sparked the vote just three days afterward.

The move sparked a swift condemnation. In a Q&A about the rule change — held only after the vote had taken place, Austin-based social worker Tracy Abzug slammed it, reports The Texas Tribune.

Texas Social Workers Can Now Refuse Services to LGBTQ+ Clients

Tags: Change, Choices, Cultural, Discrimination, Disruption, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, LGBTQ, Policy, Politics, Religion, Ruling, Termination

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16-Oct-2020


Mexican pop star Raymix is “more free and happier than ever” since coming out 

 

Name: Raymix (a.k.a. Edmundo Gómez Moreno), 29

Bio: Raymix burst onto the music scene back in 2015 with his international hit “Oye Mujer,” which has garnered over 600 million views on YouTube. Since then, he’s released two studio albums and has accumulated over 2 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

Coming out: In a video posted to his YouTube channel in June, Raymix said coronavirus paired with the Black Lives Matter demonstrations happening around the world caused him to do some serious soul searching and he was ready to share his truth. Going against the advice of his handlers, he announced to fans that he was gay.

“Can you believe that in 2020, there are people in the industry who told me not to do this video?” he said. “They told me that the audience is not ready for an artist who sings cumbia or regional Mexican music [to come out as gay]. With so much pride today, I want to tell you that I’m gay.”

Mexican pop star Raymix is “more free and happier than ever” since coming out

Tags: Bio, Celebrity, Coming Out, Cultural, Gay, Latin, LGBTQ, Youth

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16-Oct-2020


The Church’s Black Exodus 

 

Across the country, Black Americans feel under siege from the coronavirus pandemic and raw from the police brutality fueling Black Lives Matter protests. But some are nursing another intimate wound: their church’s failure to acknowledge their pain. Many Black parishioners, especially those at multiracial institutions, bristle when they hear rhetoric from church leaders that ignores how health inequities and racism are affecting the Black community right now. Others are hurt by their church’s conspicuous silence on these issues. The result is a quiet but resolute contingent of Black church members leaving their congregation to seek spiritual healing elsewhere.

Like others I talked with, Delisha, 58, isn’t one to miss church. For the past seven years, she has made sure to be in the faithful number of a large, multicultural New Orleans congregation. But after the pandemic hit in March, she decided to attend services only via live-stream. Black people like her are disproportionately at risk for severe illness or death from COVID-19, and Delisha, who lives with her elderly mother and a daughter with asthma, has hypertension. (Delisha asked that I identify her using only her middle name, because she had not yet contacted the church about her concerns.)

What she saw on video one Sunday dismayed her. As the camera panned over the congregation, she noted that some people had masks on and some didn’t. The church did not require them. What’s more, the pastor, who is white, scolded the missing members over live-stream: “Why are y’all not here today? You scared?”

The Church’s Black Exodus

Tags: Anguish, Cultural, Exclusivity, Judgment, Outdated, Preservation, Priorities, Religion, Safety, Support, Treatment, Worship

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11-Oct-2020


Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests 

 

The vast majority of Latinos living in the U.S. (around 60.6 million) are not undocumented, but 15.7% lived in poverty in 2019, a number that had been falling, but is still more than double their white counterparts, according to Census data.

Latinos also make up a large portion of the labor force in service sectors that were considered essential after the COVID-19 pandemic started (some 65%) -- like some construction, health care and food service workers -- leaving them at higher risk of being exposed to the disease without the protections typically afforded first responders and other traditional essential workers.

"Why are Latinos dying at a higher rate? Because we have no choice," said Frankie Miranda, the president of the Hispanic Federation, which supports Latino-led non-profits around the country. "We have to go to work, stock the shelves, deliver the food, be the sanitation workers, and of course we don't have the protective gear or any kind of information that can help us really navigate this. We know this for sure because our member agencies -- that were already underfunded and under-resourced -- were the ones that needed to step in and be the first responders for our communities."

When asked why he believes the Mexican community has not jumped into action and demanded racial equality following the Black Lives Matter protests, Alvarez suggested: "We are too afraid. Even if you want to do a peaceful protest, you don't want to be arrested because you can get deported."

Alvarez's case points to another situation that many Latinos say is affecting the community: lack of unity.

Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests

Tags: All Rights, Cultural, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hate, Health, History, Hostility, Humiliation, Inhumanity, Judgment, Latinos, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Opinion, Politics, Protection, Racism, Safety, Treatment, Vulnerable

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11-Oct-2020


’90 Day Fiancé’: Deavan Clegg Seeks ‘Justice’ for Her Daughter and Claims the Rumors About Jihoon Are True 

 

“Something bad happened that can never be forgiven,” she said. “I tried to co-parent but that’s kind of hard to do when the other person has deleted any type of way to get in contact. Also kind of difficult when the only time he contacts you is to call you degrading vile names. He’s told me time and time again he just wants to pretend it didn’t happen and has called me, my son, Drascilla vile things. I’m done. I’m sick of the lies I’m sick of pretending it’s OK I’m done.”

’90 Day Fiancé’: Deavan Clegg Seeks ‘Justice’ for Her Daughter and Claims the Rumors About Jihoon Are True

Tags: Accusation, Child Abuse, Children, Complaint, Cultural, Family, Marriage, Perception, Relationships, Representation, World

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06-Oct-2020


Teenager Dies in Hospital Two Weeks After Brutal Rape Left Her Paralyzed 

 

A19-year-old woman in India has died two weeks after being gang raped by four men in a brutal attack that had left her paralyzed.

The teenager, who has not been named, died at New Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital on Tuesday following the assault by the group in Uttar Pradesh's Hathras district.

Police said the woman had been left with spinal injuries after she tried to fight off her attackers.

Her death comes just weeks after Newsweek reported how a teenage girl suffering from COVID-19 in India was raped on the way to hospital by a bogus ambulance driver.

The teenager, who has not been named, was allegedly attacked by the man in the Pathanamthitta district of Kerala.

Teenager Dies in Hospital Two Weeks After Brutal Rape Left Her Paralyzed

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A religion in which women and children are constantly being made to suffer, sucks! 29-Sep-2020

Tags: Child Abuse, Children, Community, Controversy, Cruelty, Cultural, Education, Gay, Hate, Heartless, Horny, Leaders, LGBTQ, Men, Nudity, Pederasty, Persecution, Politics, Prison, Safety, Sentence, Sex, Slavery, Social Media, Survival, Teacher, Threat, Thug, Violence, Woman's Rights, World, Youth

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29-Sep-2020


LGBTQ themes found in half of the past decade's 20 most-banned books 

 

Books with LGBTQ themes — from popular children's book “And Tango Makes Three” to Pulitzer Prize-winner “The Color Purple” — are prominently featured on the American Library Association’s newly released list of the Top 100 Most Banned and Challenged Books of the past decade.

Titles with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer themes, including “George” by Alex Gino, “I Am Jazz” by Jazz Jennings and Jessica Herthel, and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” by Stephen Chbosky, composed half of the list’s top 20 and about a quarter of the top 100.

LGBTQ themes found in half of the past decade's 20 most-banned books

Tags: Ban, Book, Children, Cultural, Literatrure, Parental Burden, Politics, Profiling, Statistics, Youth

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29-Sep-2020




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