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In a submission to a hearing on racism in the media, the South African Broadcasting Corp. (SABC) on Monday accused its white middle management of resisting post-apartheid transformation.
BERLIN — Harald Juhnke, one of Germany’s most popular entertainers, may face charges in the U.S. and at home after making racist remarks while on his way to Las Vegas last week to tape a program for…
An unblinking look at the wages of racism, "Rosewood" recounts a ghastly and little-known chapter of 20th-century American history. Although it increasingly succumbs to a tendency toward conventional…
A former manager of Fox Broadcasting's photography department has sued Fox, claiming he was fired because he is black.
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