After a taped speech to the NAACP, the Georgia official resigns
Groups condemn Mark Williams' "racially-tinged rhetoric"
The civil rights group admonishes the movement for tolerating bigotry
"With respect, you don't know what you're talking about," Kelly tells a New York Post columnist
An orange exterior is one of the many things Boehner and Garfield the Cat have in common
Townspeople almost get a painting of minority schoolkids re-colored
A "real black president" would apparently deal with BP differently
All the ingredients of a blogospheric powderkeg
Is now the time to "end the slavery blame-game"?
Race critics take a second look, say remark was insensitive, but held grains of truth
Americans reportedly see biracial politicians lighter when they agree with them, darker when they don't
The men meet for a beer outside of the White House, and pundits feel a little silly about the summer's racially charged media frenzy
Liberal pundits offer deadpan reactions after an interracial couple is denied a marriage license
The hubbub has put left-leaning columnists in an unusual spot
Black commentators on the left and right agree: at least some of the president's opposition is driven by race
No, argues Adam Serwer, but that doesn't make what he said any less offensive to the left
Rod Dreher feels frightened of and humiliated by anti-white racism
Pundits cite the media circus, the guest list, failures to apologize, and more.
For starters, no foreign suds and no sherry. But maybe go for a micro-brew.
David Paul Kuhn says the White House beer summit is about more than race.
Prominent black Americans on where Gates went wrong and what he should do the next time he's stopped by the police.
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