In an exclusive excerpt from 'All the President’s Women,' Karen Johnson tells her story.
Stacey E. Singleton“While the president has publicly faced allegations from two dozen women, this book reveals another 43 allegations of alleged inappropriate behavior, including 26 instances of unwanted sexual contact.”
Saturday Night Live is The House That Lorne Michaels Built. Perhaps it’s finally due for a teardown. This time, it’s the departure of Leslie Jones that’s prompt…
Stacey E. Singleton”If diversity and comedy are seen as being embroiled in a zero-sum competition, not interdependent pieces of a whole package, that explains how minorities who challenge comedy that insults them are viewed as humor-killing agents of ’cancel culture.’”
A pair of third graders at an elementary school in Holly Springs, N.C., walked off the premises Wednesday, sending school officials into a high-gear search before police found the tykes at a nearby McDonald’s, according to local reports.
Deborah Ramirez’s Yale experience says much about the college’s efforts to diversify its student body in the 1980s.
Stacey E. Singleton“During his Senate testimony, Mr. Kavanaugh said that if the incident Ms. Ramirez described had occurred, it would have been “the talk of campus.” Our reporting suggests that it was.”
A Swiss chateau. A Broadway musical all about her. And absolutely nothing she has to do.
Stacey E. Singleton“I don’t necessarily want to be a ‘strong’ person,” she said. “I had a terrible life. I just kept going. You just keep going, and you hope that something will come.” She gestured around her. “This came.”
When getting a degree is seen as a moral obligation, families will spend whatever it takes.
Stacey E. Singleton“Paying for college, however, is taking a toll on American families in ways that are more profound and less appreciated than even the financial cost conveys. It has fundamentally changed the experience of being middle class in this country.”
My black and Latino clients are accused of abuse when their kids have accidents.
Stacey E. Singleton“When a child experiences a mild head injury and a parent seeks medical attention, what happens next in New York City seems to depend on the ZIP code and the color of the parent’s skin.”
In recent years, the lack of black and Latino student at New York City’s specialized high schools, and proposals to change that, has animated a citywide debate on what an equitable education system looks like in the nation’s largest and most diverse...
Stacey E. Singleton“Constantly being reminded that we are not wanted in the school we attend is painful, and would obstruct any hardworking student from getting the education they deserve.”
Any discussion of reparations must include how this happened, who did it, and the laws, policies and practices that allowed it.
Stacey E. Singleton”Black land-taking has been as instrumental as the denial of opportunities to acquire property in creating today’s racial wealth inequality and offers a more telling indicator of the barriers to upward mobility black people faced and continue to face.”
As more Somali refugees arrive in St. Cloud, white anti-immigration activists have pressed an increasingly explicit anti-Muslim agenda.
Stacey E. Singleton”I think of America, the great assimilator, as a rubber band, but with this — we’re at the breaking point,” Ms. Crockett said. “These aren’t people coming from Norway, let’s put it that way. These people are very visible.”
So much for Minnesota nice. 😐
It is not the “male sex hormone,” nor is it key to athletic performance. Why do we insist otherwise?
Stacey E. Singleton”For a century, talk about testosterone as the “male hormone” has woven folklore into science, so that supposedly objective claims seemingly validate cultural beliefs about the structure of masculinity and the “natural” relationship between women and men.”
He’s not a sexual predator, but he is out of touch.
Stacey E. Singleton”No one should judge the whole span of Biden’s career by the standards of 2019, but if he’s going to run for president, it’s fair to ask whether he’s the right leader for this moment. He is a product of his time, but that time is up.”
The viral phenomenon blew up so fast radio professionals had to rip it from YouTube to play it on the air, and the music industry is still scrambling to decide what, exactly, to call it
Stacey E. Singleton”When the music industry enforces genre borders after the fact, it becomes part of a power struggle about who has the right to make what and, in this case, whether black artists can fit in predominantly white genres.”