Faith Dempster. Talking to children about racism and diversity seems to be as difficult as talking to them about sex. Difficult though it might be, the racial conflicts which they are bound to encounter in this increasingly diverse societyare unavoidable, and trying to protect them from the real world will only make it difficult for […]
By Christopher Bethea. When I told my friend Johnny that I ordered one hamburger from White Castle, he laughed hysterically.
By Johnny Jones. One day, as a friend and I were walking downtown to get a great deal on dumplings in China Town, something familiar happened.
By Fernando A. Uraga. “Illegal immigrants,” “Illegal aliens,” or simply “Illegal” are all terms that are used incorrectly and in a derogatory manner. The Lehman College DREAM Team started a campaign called, Drop The I-Word to create awareness of the negative implications of this word.
By Jonathan Jones. A few weeks ago, as my Lehman associates and I entered the D train in order to travel to Manhattan for a movie, it was apparent that we all had a long week. The week was full of class, homework and internships that pay in experience.
A mixed race student with an unusual biography describes her lifelong struggle with self-definition.
An Indian student laments her culture’s obsession with light skin.
Mediaite It’s tough being the President… especially these past two weeks. Mr. Obama has received criticism ever since he authorized an air assault on Libya on March 19. According to the President, this assault was initiated after Muammar Qaddafi declared he would show “no mercy” to his people. He’s been ruling with an iron fist […]
As the crisis in Libya escalates, American Media pulls a veil over the truth.