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TweetLaverne Cox >>>>>>> Justin Bieber. Speaking of which: the trailer for “Orange is the New Black,” Season 2, is out. Sexual harassment of unpaid interns is no longer legal in New York. Judge throws out B. Scott’s discrimination lawsuit against BET. Florida man was kicked out of his rec basketball league after singing about his [...]
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UndocuYouth respond to Justin Bieber deportation buzz

Tweet Last week I wrote about the fact that in spite of racking up $20,000 worth of damages by egging a neighbor’s house, Justin Bieber is in no real danger of being deported. Not because the crime doesn’t merit it (that’s not a judgement I’m interested in) but because he’s white, rich, and famous. Well, [...]
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Justin Bieber won’t be deported because he’s rich and white

Tweet I don’t know how this keeps happening, but somehow I’m writing about Justin Bieber again. I couldn’t sing one of his songs if there was a gun pointed at my head, but this kid keeps causing trouble in matters that are close to my heart. What did he do this time? The singer allegedly [...]
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In context: Justin Bieber’s racist graffiti

TweetImage Credit In the past few weeks I have been forced to think and talk about Justin Bieber more than I had ever hoped to do in this lifetime. Generally, I could care less about the teenage pop star, but lately he has been making headlines with his behavior abroad, some of which we have [...]
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Colombian police kills boy, protects Justin Bieber, for graffiti

Tweet When 16-year-old Colombian┬áDiego Felipe Becerra was “caught” painting graffiti in Bogota, Colombia, the police shot him to death. When Justin Bieber wanted to grace a tunnel in the same city with his inane graffiti, the police escorted and protected him. Tweet
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