Sten Joddi played "Greasy Frybread" rapper Punkin Lusty in a season one episode of the groundbreaking FX series.
Kumail Nanjiani wanted to show "brown dudes" aren't all "nerdy" with his role as Kingo in 'The Eternals'.
Anna Paquin has insisted her marriage to Stephen Moyet does not change her sexuality as she accused her critics of “bi erasure”, as she says people "assume" she is straight.
Peak Latino drug lord is reached with Al Pacino's over-the-top performance as Cuban cocaine fiend Tony Montana in “Scarface” (1983).
Negative attitudes about people with larger body sizes or higher weight are consistent across Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the UK and the US.
Headie One used his BRIT Awards performance - where he was joined by AJ Tracey - to speak out against the negative and racist stereotypes associated with drill music.
"… instead of protecting only white males from racist and misogynist stereotypes, let's drop all stereotypes for all groups," says Broken Arrow resident Thomas A. Karman.
"Present day situations like high school are far from the survival mentality Aristotle spoke in reference to, but they still represent the basic need to fit in with society..." - Shreya Rohatgi
Moves by Uncle Ben's maker Mars and Quaker Oats, which owns the Aunt Jemima brand, are an acknowledgment of the brands' origins in racist stereotypes.
A decade later, her MuslimGirl.com site is an online magazine with a global audience writing about how it feels to be the only woman in a hijab at a kickboxing class, offering beauty tips and covering stories of teenagers fighting Islamophobia.
In an ideal world, everyone would be able to work as long as they feel fit to do so. In our unfortunately real world, a focus on ever-younger generations in the workplace and the challenges of age discrimination make the issue of age in the workplace a fraught one. However, with the Baby Boomers working […]
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An ad juxtaposing male astronauts with a woman sitting by a stroller and another depicting two hapless dads are the first casualties of a British ban on gender stereotypes in advertising.
Employers are faced with this question: When does an employee cross the line from personal opinion to discriminatory remarks?
Millennials have been told for a decade just how bad they are at life. They’re lazy, live with their parents, are totally entitled, etc. The list goes on. If you’re a millennial, this can do a lot to hamper your self-esteem and even your career goals. But a lot of the hate out there is […]
Nurses have always been in high demand. That’s as true today as it always was, and the number and scope of nursing jobs is expanding every day. Nurses are more critical to the health care process then ever, and there is currently a shortage of qualified nurses! (And a shortage of primary care physicians… so […]
Even today, there are some unspoken double standards for women and men in the workplace. Sure, we’ve (hopefully) moved on from the worst of the Mad Men style of blatant sexism in the office, and these days you can find women working alongside men at all levels of an industry. Still, stereotypes and differences linger […]
The feature notes that the former OU walk-on is "used to defying critics. In fact, he's not sure how to play without them."