5 Secretly Racist Cartoons
Thursday, March 1 by Jennifer Potts

As a child, you may have not have realized that 5 of the most popular cartoons were secretly racist.  While they may not have aimed to be blatantly racist, they…

From Amistad On: 5 Uplifting Movies About Slavery
Saturday, February 11 by Irving Oala

It's tough to find uplifting things when it comes to the subject of slavery, as enslaving other human beings is such an awful, dark thing that trying to be positive…

What Are You Lookin’ At Boy? 6 Of The Most Racist Characters In Movie History
Wednesday, January 4 by Steve Silverman

The hatred and ugliness of racism has been portrayed quite clearly and memorably in many films. The most racist characters in movie history wear their hatred on their sleeves. In…

NBC Honors Black History Month Via Its Stomach
Thursday, February 4 by

NBC must rrrreeeaaaallllllyyyyyy love the legal process. Not only did they just pay out $44 million to Conan O'Brien,  but they also were just sued for stealing the font used in their logo redesign. Now their cafeteria is caught with its racist pants down. Or up. I don't know how racists wear their pants.Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots drummer Questlove tweeted the above picture today along with the comment "Hmm, HR?"An NBC publicist replied, "The sign in the NBCU cafeteria has been removed. We apologize for anyone who was offended by it."This of course has rightfully drawn a lot of offense. Many black people were bewildered when they laid eyes upon the controversial menu. In fact, most were overheard exclaiming, "$7.50?!!" (THR)

MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton
Thursday, October 22 by

MSNBC mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton – Watch more Funny VideosWell… kudos, I guess, to MSNBC's Contessa Brewer for not disappearing and leaving a Contessa Brewer-shaped cloud of dust after having the Reverend Jesse Jackson remind her that he is, in fact, not the Reverend Al Sharpton as she introduced him. Apparently MSNBC thinks all wise, elderly black reverends are named Rev. Al Sharpton. Or else they thought Al Sharpton was coming, and he cancelled at the last minute, leaving them with one choice: get "the other one." Then some poor intern forgot to change the script… and the rest pretty writes itself.  Tune in to "Countdown" this evening, when Keith Olberman interviews star of the Lethal Weapon series, Forrest Whitaker.