Utah Jazz Guard Kyle Korver Says White People Need To Hold One Another Accountable For Racism: “I Know That, As A White Man, I Have To Hold My Fellow White Men Accountable”

Kyle Korver

Utah Jazz guard Kyle Korver says all white people are responsible for racism in his new article titled “Privileged.” Korver, 38, is reflecting on his privilege as a white man in a new article he wrote called “Privilege,” which was published in The Players’ Tribune.  The thought piece analyzes racism …

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Kim Kardashian Says She Doesn’t Think They’ll Be Invited Back To SNL After Kanye West’s Pro-Trump Rant: “I Don’t Know If They’ll Invite Us Back Ever”

Kim Kardashian talks parenting

Kim Kardashian says she’s not sure if the West-Kardashian family will be invited back to SNL following Kanye West’s controversial pro-Donald Trump rant.   On Sunday’s episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” the production company took fans behind-the-scenes of West’s unexpected speech, where he praised Trump after his musical …

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“I Ain’t Sorry” Beyoncé Reportedly Walked Out Of Meeting With Reebok Because There Wasn’t Enough Diversity In The Room: “Nobody In This Room Reflects My Background, My Skin Color And Where I’m From…”

Beyonce Reebok vs Adidas

It looks like Beyoncé may have moved on to a deal with #Adidas after the songstress walked out on a meeting with Reebok over its lack of diversity among staff members. Beyoncé stays booked and always busy, and she wanted to extend her brand to sportswear company Reebok, but the …

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“Leaving Neverland” Director Responds To Reports He Admitted Michael Jackson Accusers Had Flaws In Their Timelines of Abuse

Michael Jackson Streams

The director of the “Leaving Neverland” documentary is responding to claims that he reportedly admitted the timeline of sexual abuse detailed by both of Michael Jackson’s accusers was flawed. HBO’s documentary “Leaving Neverland” breaks down the sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson from two men, James Safechuck and Wade Robson. …

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Chicago Elects Its First Black, Female And Openly Gay Mayor

Lori Lightfoot Program

Chicago has just elected Lori Lightfoot as the city’s first Black, female and openly gay mayor. On Tuesday, the former federal prosecutor defeated Toni Preckwinkle in a runoff vote. The race officially ended just before 8 p.m., according to the Associated Press. Out of over 91 percent of precincts, Lightfoot …

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