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Steam Panders Yet Again & Offends With “Latinx Games Festival”

Much like they did with their LGBT sale, games distribution platform Steam has pandered to woke race-obsessed outrage cultists yet again as they are now holding a “Latinx Games Festival”, with many individuals labeling the word “latinx” as a “colonialist term” invented by the aforementioned woke contingent. Steam’s Twitter account helped spread word of this […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Marketing, Sales, Steam, Racism, Valve, Anime, Pc Gaming

Animal Crossing Player Racially Attacked Over Character’s Hairstyle

The outrage horde that actively scans Twitter for all things they disagree with have selected a lone individual trying to enjoy Animal Crossing: New Horizons as their next target as they mercilessly attacked them for their character’s hairstyle, saying that white people are not allowed to wear it and unsurprisingly demonstrating that such social justice […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Racism, Hair, Anime, Hairstyles, Animal Crossing, Character Design

We Need to Talk About Franklin

Way back at the very beginning of Marvel’s Dawn of X, the Fantastic Four and members of the newly founded mutant nation of Krakoa crossed paths in a fateful, chance encounter that underlined just what it is about this new mutant age that scares the rest of the world so much. That subsequent tension between the…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Race, Fantastic Four, Marvel, Disney, Racism, Cultural Appropriation, Marvel Comics, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Franklin, Reed Richards, Dan Slott, X Men, Mutants, CB Cebulski

Spider-Man: Miles Morales Rewards Players With Black Lives Matter

Insomniac Games and Marvel’s upcoming Spider-Man: Miles Morales has received a questionable mention and mural tribute in-game. A set of sidequests for the community of New York City’s Harlem result in a costume reward for the titular Miles and Spider-Man as well as a cutscene where the Black Lives Matter Mural is shown: It is […]
Tags: Games, Politics, New York City, Marvel, Spider-Man, Racism, Anime, Ps4, Harlem, Miles, Miles Morales, PS5

Redfin accused of price policies that favor white neighborhoods: Lawsuit

A new suit argues the online brokerage disproportionally serves white neighborhoods. CEO Glenn Kelman countered that Redfin hasn't pushed into lower income areas because it needs to pay agents a living wage.
Tags: Lawsuit, Race, Regulations, Radio, Racism, Discrimination, Redfin, Glenn Kelman, Industry News, Brokerage, Select, Housing Discrimination, Pocket Listings

Cartoon Network Anti-Racism PSA Turns Heads

The latest pandering Public Service Announcement by child-focused cartoon channel Cartoon Network has decided to introduce children to the concept of racism with a hackneyed message. Cartoon Network’s PSA introduces a group of diverse children playing together when one black boy and one white boy decide they will marry each other in the future, with […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, International, Racism, Psa, Anime, Announcements, Cartoon Network, Cartoon Network Anti Racism PSA Turns Heads

Twitter-Goers Blindly Praise PlayStation’s Virtue Signalling BLM PS4 Theme

Much like seemingly every traitorous company in the West, PlayStation has continued to virtue signal about how much they love “racial justice” by announcing a BLM-themed PS4 theme, which was, of course, lauded by the innumerable Twitter addicts who obsess over race. The tweet also mentioned that the theme was free, no doubt taking inspiration […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Usa, Internet, Playstation, Racism, Sony, Anime, Ps4

Disney Plus now warns viewers of racist stereotypes in older films, including 'Peter Pan,' 'Dumbo,' and 'The Jungle Book'

Walt Disney Pictures Disney Plus now features stronger advisory messages about racist stereotypes on its older films, including "Peter Pan," "Dumbo," and "The Jungle Book." "These stereotypes were wrong then and are wrong now," reads Disney's 12-second message, which viewers cannot skip. "Rather than remove this content, we want to acknowledge its harmful impact, learn from it and spark conversation to create a more inclusive future together," it says. The new disclaimer went live on Frid...
Tags: Geena Davis, Entertainment, Film, Disney, US, Trends, Movie, Racism, Peter Pan, Jim Crow, Stereotypes, The Jungle Book, Peter, Aladdin, Dumbo, Peter Pan Dumbo

NAR proposes ethics changes to crack down on social media harassment

The National Association of Realtors says it's gotten "an unprecedented number of complaints about Realtors posting discriminatory speech and conduct online."
Tags: Social Media, Radio, Racism, Code Of Ethics, NAR, National Association of Realtors, Select, MLS & Associations, Professional Standards, Discriminatory Speech, Realtors Conference & Expo

Another Artist Bullied Into Deleting Account “Don’t Draw Black Characters If You’re White!”

Yet another peaceful bullying has taken place on Twitter as an artist deleted their account after they were attacked for drawing black versions of anime characters despite not being black themselves (allegedly), an apparent travesty amongst those of Twitter’s outrage cult. The artist, Tar Dawn, was performing the cringe-inducing deed of sketching black versions of […]
Tags: Politics, Internet, Racism, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Image Gallery, Draw Black Characters, Tar Dawn

Author Kowtows to Outrage Mob Upset Over Dreadlocks

Outrage mongers always on the hunt for their next victim to bully have this time targeted the author of the book “A Deadly Education”, the complaining mostly being about the representation of dreadlocks, though various other demands are brought up as well. One unhinged furry literally wrote an essay informing author Naomi Novik of all […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, Internet, Censorship, International, Racism, Anime, Naomi Novik

Yelp Now Allowing Users to Label Businesses as “Racist”

The review crowdsourcing portal for businesses, Yelp, has rolled out a new feature allowing its consumers to label any business as racist, prompting “Consumer Alerts”. Yelp began their statement by virtue signaling about how much they’ve aided black businesses: Over the summer, Yelp rolled out a number of initiatives to help users find and support […]
Tags: Food, Politics, Usa, International, Racism, Anime, Announcements, Yelp

Do You Read 'Problematic' Books to Your Kids?

To understand the often unspoken depth with which we were raised in a sexist and racist society, one needs only to become a parent and decide it would be fun to experience some of our favorite books, movies, or cartoons from our childhood with our kids. Suddenly it’s abundantly clear that we didn’t grow up reading…Read more...
Tags: Books, Movies, Sexism, Racism, Lifehacks

Site The Guardian Claims Anime “Gets Blackness Wrong”

Hazardous website The Guardian has participated in the usual SJW beatdown of harmless fictional hobbies as anime is once again attacked, this time with the site uploading a video claiming that anime “gets blackness wrong”. The video has various no-name black individuals decrying anime’s depiction of black characters as racist and insisted that creators make […]
Tags: Politics, Racism, Anime, Sites, SJW, Character Design

Comedian Ziwe Fumudoh on 5 lessons she's learned from breaking into the world of comedy, and her best advice for aspiring performers

Ziwe Fumudoh is a creative and comedian based in New York who runs her own Instagram live comedy show. Corbin Chase Ziwe Fumudoh is a 28-year-old comedian, writer, and performer based in Brooklyn, New York. She's the creator and host of a weekly Instagram Live comedy show where she interviews controversial guests, like Alison Roman, Alyssa Milano, and Rose McGowan, and "baits" them with race-related questions to expose their biases. Fumudoh began her comedy career as an intern for Comedy C...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Celebrities, Instagram, Massachusetts, Alyssa Milano, Los Angeles, Trends, Strategy, Racism, Hillary Clinton, Showtime, Illinois, Bet, Nordic, Northwestern University

Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider: Real estate industry ‘isn’t diverse enough’

The Realogy CEO would like to see a more diverse group of agents and brokers in the U.S., which he believes would also help improve executive level diversity.
Tags: Real Estate, Race, Diversity, Radio, Racism, Agent, Discrimination, Black Lives Matter, Zillow, Redfin, Industry News, Realogy, Select, News Brief, Ryan Schneider, Connect Now

World of Warcraft’s Diverse Appearance Update Sparks Racial Debate

The new build for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has introduced new skins for several NPCs around one of the biggest player hubs in the game, the city of Stormwind, to “reflect greater representation in Azeroth”. While the initial idea, as stated in several interviews, was to bring the huge world of World of Warcraft into […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Blizzard, Racism, Anime, MMORPG, World of Warcraft, Pc Gaming, Online Gaming, Stormwind, Production Controversy

Read this moving webcomic about peaches as they related to mental health and racism.

At The Catapult, writer/artist Shing Yin Khor has an incredibly beautiful illustrated essay about her relationship with peaches and depression — connecting both things back to their own Chinese heritage, and to the fruit's relationship with Confederate white supremacy in America. Khor takes a touching personal narrative and deftly weaves it through and around hundreds of years of colonialism and racism in a way that's beautiful, resonant, and thought-provoking. I came away from this short co...
Tags: Post, Comics, News, Webcomics, Mental Health, Depression, Chinese Culture, Racism, Visual Art, Peaches, The South, Confederate States of America, Web Comics, Shing Yin Khor, America Khor

"Bitter Root" is a frighteningly topical steampunk horror comic set in the Harlem Renaissance

A few years ago, writer David F. Walker and illustrator Sanford Greene worked on a run of Power Fist and Iron Man for Marvel Comics that was utterly delightful. I loved Greene's gritty cartooning, and I loved the unapologetic Blackness of the story (and, for me, the embarrassingly relatable idiocy of Iron Fist's whiteness). So I was excited when I learned that they were working on another new creator-owned comic at Image (now with Chuck Brown joining the team as a co-writer). Here's the offi...
Tags: Post, Comics, New York, Steampunk, Racism, Black Lives Matter, Tulsa, Greene, Image Comics, Harlem Renaissance, Chuck Brown, Black History, Racism In America, Sanford Greene, David F Walker, Bitter Root

Toonami Racism Speech That Calls Watchers Racist Absolutely Abhorred

While surely instilling no surprise at this point, Toonami has once again taken part in lecturing its watchers by delivering a generic speech about racism, with the platform naturally making sure to label their watchers as racist, as per the usual political tactics of the corrupt. The minute-long segment that was clearly inspired by the […]
Tags: Politics, Usa, TV, International, Racism, Anime, Toonami

Real (Estate) Talk: Why ‘I didn’t know’ can’t be an excuse

This moment of heightened awareness about equality is an opportunity for real estate professionals to etch a more complete story on the history of real estate in America. Here's why the industry could benefit from more diversity training and courses.
Tags: Education, Opinion, America, Training, Service, Radio, Racism, Equality, Agent, Certification, Brokerage, Select, Leigh Brown, Educational Tools, Real Estate History, Lee Davenport

Coldwell Banker, California developer reckon with racist past

The real estate companies involved in constructing, financing and marketing a whites-only development in the 1940s — Coldwell Banker, Wells Fargo and The David D. Bohannon Organization — respond to a recent op-ed that calls for reparations by the companies to fund the integration of the neighborhood.
Tags: California, Radio, Racism, Discrimination, Segregation, Wells Fargo, Zoning, San Mateo, Richard Rothstein, Bohannon, Coldwell Banker, Hillsdale, Brokerage, Select, Housing Discrimination, Housing Segregation

Niantic Donating $10 Million to BLM

Following suit with the Pokemon Company, Niantic, the developer of the absurdly popular Pokemon Go, have decided they will donate $10 million to the terrorist Black Lives Matter movement, sure to sew further Marxist chaos across the US under the guise of “fighting racism”. Initially announcing they would donate $5 million, the amount of tickets […]
Tags: Crime, Money, US, International, Smartphones, Racism, Terrorism, Pokemon, Anime, Black Lives Matter, BLM, Casuals, Niantic Donating, Pokemon Company Niantic

Niantic Donating $10 Million to Terrorist Organization BLM

Following suit with the Pokemon Company, Niantic, the developer of the absurdly popular Pokemon Go, have decided they will donate $10 million to the terrorist Black Lives Matter movement, sure to sew further Marxist chaos across the US under the guise of “fighting racism”. Initially announcing they would donate $5 million, the amount of tickets […]
Tags: Crime, Money, US, International, Smartphones, Racism, Terrorism, Pokemon, Anime, Black Lives Matter, Casuals, Niantic Donating, Terrorist Organization BLM, Pokemon Company Niantic

What does accountability look like in 2020?

Rae Witte Contributor Share on Twitter Rae Witte is a New York-based freelance journalist covering music, style, sneakers, art and dating, and how they intersect with tech. You can find her writing on i-D, The Wall Street Journal, Esquire and Forbes, among others. More posts by this contributor Demand for fertility services persists despite COVID-19 shutdowns During a pandemic, some companies struggle to pro...
Tags: Startups, TC, Column, Fashion, New York, Media, Instagram, Entertainment, Social Media, Future Of Work, Tech, Diversity, Adidas, Kanye West, West, Racism

Black Lives Matter Game Removed From Steam

The Black Lives Matter game uploaded to Steam containing gameplay that involved 8 minutes of a black screen has been officially ousted from the platform, a move that will likely earn the platform hatred from the usual suspects. The “game” was lambasted by many as several individuals could be seen writing joke reviews making fun […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Steam, Racism, Anime, Pc Gaming, Bans

Steam Permanently Banning Users From Community Services for Making Fun of BLM “Game”

Steam’s outright lies about not being the taste police have been compounded upon as there have been politically-motivated bannings of users due to them daring to making fun of the Black Lives Matter terrorist movement. A “game” uploaded to Steam simply titled “Black Lives Matter”, which consists of 8-minutes of a black screen before shutting […]
Tags: Politics, Censorship, International, Steam, Racism, Terrorism, Anime, Black Lives Matter, BLM, Pc Gaming, Bans

Blizzard Eliminates Noose Spray From Overwatch

Blizzard has removed McCree’s noose spray icon in their team-based hero shooter Overwatch, replacing it with a more child-friendly horseshoe with the words “bad luck” and unavoidably spawning the usual incendiary exchanges on social media. One player brought awareness to this removal of content via Twitter: McCree’s portrayal in Overwatch is that of a stereotypical […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Blizzard, FPS, Overwatch, Racism, Anime, Comparison, McCree

British Police Arrest & Release 12-Year-Old for Saying Mean Words

The world’s growing contempt for “racism” has achieved a new detestable low as an impressionable 12-year-old boy was arrested by British police for sending racist messages to a black football player. The topic was brought to attention by the West Midlands Police Twitter account, who thanked the corrupt social media platform’s denizens for demanding harsh […]
Tags: Politics, UK, England, Crime, Children, Internet, Police, International, Racism, Anime, West Midlands Police Twitter

Dungeons & Dragons Adds Diversity Disclaimers Disavowing Old “Prejudiced” Content

In a bizarre turn of events, Wizards of the Coast, the company responsible for publishing predominately fantasy-based tabletop and card games, has decided to involve their products in identity politics by adding special disclaimers to some of their legacy products. In an official statement made by Wizards of the Coast, the publisher apologizes for not […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Racism, Anime, Announcements, Dungeons & Dragons, RPG, Wizards

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