From Huffingtonpost.com: Shirley Sherrod has a simple answer for the Fox News producers begging her for an interview: Too late.
From Dallas News SAN DIEGO – Shirley Sherrod, the black federal official who was forced to resign last week after a conservative website posted a selectively edited video of her, said Thursday that President Barack Obama “needs a little lesson” in race relations. Sherrod, who was the USDA’s director of rural development in Georgia, was […]
From CNN.com: Conservative activist and blogger Andrew Breitbart will headline a fundraiser this August hosted by Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele in Beverly Hills.
With the recent Shirley Sherrod controversy, many people have been calling the Obama administration “too white” with their hands off approach to the subject of racism.
From DailyCaller.com: Shirley Sherrod, who recently lost her job at the USDA after an excerpt of a speech she delivered to the NAACP surfaced showing her saying she didn’t do everything she could to help a white farmer, is now accusing Big Government’s Andrew Breitbart of, you guessed it, racism.
I UNDERSTAND how Shirley Sherrod, the Agriculture Department official who was forced to resign last week, must have felt. Last year I, too, resigned from an administration job, after I uttered some ill-chosen words about the Republican Party and was accused — falsely — of signing my name to a petition being passed around by […]
From Slate.com: People who care about civil rights and racial reconciliation may eventually thank Andrew Breitbart for bringing Shirley Sherrod the global attention she deserves. Really. Her message of racial healing, her insight that the forces of wealth and injustice have always pit “the haves and the have-nots” against each other, whatever their race, is […]
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack “jumped the gun” when he decided to dismiss employee Shirley Sherrod from her job at the department amid accusations of racism. Obama tells ABC News in an interview that Vilsack acted in part because the current media climate requires everyone to scramble when something goes […]
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