Bil Browning

Blackface, Lawsuits, & a Bitter Valentine [Weekly Reader]

Filed By Bil Browning | February 09, 2013 11:20 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Media, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, bitter valentine, blackface, employment discrimination, Weekly Reader

weekly-reader2.jpgYou weren't able to read every post on Bilerico Project last week? Don't worry! Every weekend I round up the best Bilerico posts from the past seven days to help you stay up to date on the latest queer news and analysis.

Saturday

Sing-Off: 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' Filed by James Holmes

Sunday

Blackface: Still Racist Y'all Filed by Guest Blogger Mollena Williams
All We Are Saying Is 'Give Pot a Chance' Filed by Norm Kent

Monday

Where to File an Employment Discrimination Lawsuit Filed by Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
[Part 3] The GOP & Obama's Second Term: Rage of an Unprivileged Class Filed by Terrance Heath

Tuesday

A Bitter Valentine This Year Filed by Jesse Monteagudo
Will Gay Disney World Prez Help LGBT Inclusion in Disney Media? Filed by Dana Rudolph

Wednesday

You're Right: I'm Gay, Jewish, & Old Filed by Mark Segal
Illinois Governor: Marriage Equality Is Coming Filed by Bil Browning

Thursday

Catholic Bishops Won't Support Immigration Reform If It's LGBT-Inclusive Filed by John M. Becker
[Part 4] The GOP & Obama's Second Term: Rage of an Unprivileged Class Filed by Terrance Heath

Friday

So What've You Been Doing? Filed by Bil Browning
Dehumanization & the Hegemony of Gendered Language Filed by Drew Cordes


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