On Wednesday, "Dr. Phil" featured a black teenager named Treasure Richards. In front of her mother, brother, and a studio audience, Richards said black people are inferior to white people and said she was white herself. Richards' expressions of white supremacy went viral. The year-old said all black men were "dirty gang members," "gorillas," and "pigs," and said she'd be willing to join the Ku Klux Klan.
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Census Bureau data. New survey findings from the Center also show that some teens are more likely to face digital hurdles when trying to complete their homework. School-age children in lower-income households are especially likely to lack broadband access. These broadband disparities are particularly pronounced for black and Hispanic households with school-age children — especially those with low household incomes. The overall share of households with school-age children lacking a high-speed internet connection in is comparable to what the Center found in an analysis of Census data. Black teens, as well as those from lower-income households, are especially likely to face these school-related challenges as a result, according to the new Center survey of U.
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Season 2, Episode 3: "The Waldo Moment" Many have made the now-trite observation that this episode, about a cartoon bear who insults his way into higher office, predicted the rise of Donald Trump. This episode does a good job of again showing that we bend too easily before the loud and obnoxious. But "Black Mirror" usually has more novel things to say.
The case was unique from the start: A white, blue-eyed teenager from the affluent Los Angeles suburb of Palos Verdes Estates was arrested in October on suspicion of murder in an alleged gang killing in South Los Angeles. He was in the spotlight again in July, after a jury found Terrell — the driver in the shooting — not guilty of murder and two counts of attempted murder in the death of year-old Justin Holmes. Terrell, 18, admitted he was the driver.