Disney Rethinking Live-action ‘Snow White’ After Peter Dinklage Calls Out Use of Dwarves

Peter Dinklage recently slammed the upcoming live-action Disney remake. Main: Everett Collection; Inset:

Actor Peter Dinklage called out the supposedly “progressive” live-action remake of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.”

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Federal Court Rules Alabama Republicans Discriminated Against Black Voters With New Electoral Maps

A man holds a sign featuring the late congressman John Lewis during a ‘Votercade’ from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in May 2021. Photograph: Sue Dorfman/Zuma Wire/Rex/Shutterstock

Alabama Republicans illegally discriminated against Black voters when they drew the state’s seven new congressional districts last year and must quickly redraw the plan, a federal court has ruled. Continue reading “Federal Court Rules Alabama Republicans Discriminated Against Black Voters With New Electoral Maps”

Report Shows Increase in Child Abuse Deaths of Black Children During Coronavirus Pandemic

The latest national child welfare report shows an increase in the number of Black children who died, even though fewer abuse-related fatalities were investigated in the yearlong period that included the first several months of the pandemic.

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Black Lawmakers in Tennessee Say Republican Colleagues Repeatedly Dismiss Their Racism Concerns

FILE – Rep. Bud Hulsey, R-Kingsport, left, talks with Rep. Andrew Farmer, R-Sevierville, before a meeting of the COVID-19 Committee, Oct. 28, 2021, in Nashville, Tenn. The first month back at the state Capitol has felt frustratingly familiar for Black lawmakers in Tennessee’s majority-white Legislature. First, lawmakers passed a new congressional map scattering Nashville’s Black voters across multiple districts. Now, Hulsey wants to advance a resolution dismissing the existence of deep-rooted racism in the military as detailed in an Associated Press investigation. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, FILE)

The first month back at the state Capitol has felt frustratingly familiar for Black lawmakers in Tennessee’s majority-white Legislature.

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Missouri’s St. Louis County Names First Black Police Chief

Kenneth Gregory, photographed at a press conference in November, has been named chief of the St. Louis County Police Department. (Brian Munoz / St. Louis Public Radio)

A man who has served for 42 years in the St. Louis County Police Department was named police chief on Tuesday, becoming the first Black chief in the department’s history.

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Lawsuit Reveals Wyoming’s First Black Sheriff Fired White Deputy for Tormenting Black Co-worker with Racial Slurs Which Caused Him to Quit

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Wyoming’s first Black sheriff last year fired a White deputy who is accused of tormenting a Black subordinate for years with racist name-calling that led him to quit, a new federal lawsuit reveals. Continue reading “Lawsuit Reveals Wyoming’s First Black Sheriff Fired White Deputy for Tormenting Black Co-worker with Racial Slurs Which Caused Him to Quit”

Meagan Good Speaks On Her Divorce From DeVon Franklin: Says It’s ‘The Most Painful Thing I’ve Ever Experienced In My Life’ But She Remains ‘Hopeful For The Future’

Meagan Good has opened up about her divorce from her husband DeVon Franklin. The couple was married for nine years. Continue reading “Meagan Good Speaks On Her Divorce From DeVon Franklin: Says It’s ‘The Most Painful Thing I’ve Ever Experienced In My Life’ But She Remains ‘Hopeful For The Future’”

New GFA World Report Probes ‘Children in Crisis’ Revealing Cybersex to Child Sacrifice

The humanitarian crisis on America’s southern border featured in a shocking new report that examines the horrors facing the world’s children in 2022.

America’s humanitarian border crisis is featured in a shocking new report that examines the horrors facing the world’s children in 2022.

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