CONCORD, N.H. Visitors to the New Hampshire Statehouse hoping to see former Gov. Jeanne Shaheen’s portrait currently have to use their imaginations — the painting is blocked by a potted tree in the reception area outside the governor’s office. | More… … Continue reading →
Public workplace (and schoolhouse) protests are as American as apple pie.
Leaders of the student newspaper at Princeton University have disbanded the publication’s independent editorial board, a move that comes after the group put forth a string of right-leaning opinions, including denouncing the women’s center for its radical feminist agenda and … Continue reading →
For those who aren’t familiar with the song, it contains the line ‘But she ain’t messin’ with no broke n****a’. Some people maintained that they had done nothing wrong by singing along to the song, while others contended that it was … Continue reading →
New Hampshire schools and communities have been doing some serious soul searching after reports of racist incidents in which children were harassed verbally and physically, resulting in neck injuries for one boy after an alleged attempted lynching. Right now, many … Continue reading →