Comedy and political correctness in 2020 — CancelThis
Canadian Comedian Pantelis discusses doing comedy in the conflicted political climate of 2020
Eskimo Joe’s in Oklahoma says it does not intend to make changes to its logo or name after a petition began online calling for the restaurant to drop them.
The New York Times held a meeting with The New York Times Guild to discuss how to implement measures to improve diversity in their organization, and "improve the working conditions of our colleagues of color."
The CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos are changing their name according to TSN's Ryan Rishaug. A formal announcement could come as soon as next week.
One wonders whether the vocal Morrissey detractors have delved much beyond the surface of NME's clickbait headlines and the lefty identity politics of formerly reputable publications like The Guardian.
A Vancouver-based leader of Black Lives Matter has taken to Twitter to expose the concepts of "reliability" and "loyalty" as part of "capitalist white supremacy" that must be resisted and rejected.
If a white employee speaks too much, that’s "imposition" or "paternalism." If a white employee speaks too little, "silence" is also "violence."