Gabrielle Union and Stacey Dash

No one respects anyone else's opinion anymore. Republican conservative Stacey Dash, 49, was harassed unmercifully for offering her opinion on the Oscars black participation trophy debate.

Actress Gabrielle Union, 45, who is known to be opinionated herself, weighed in by calling Stacey "crazy" for having an opinion that she doesn't agree with.

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Gizelle Bryant

Did you watch 'Real Housewives of Potomac' last night? Bravo TV is catching heat for tackling controversial colorism issues (light skin vs dark skin) on the eighth installment of the 'Real Housewives' franchise.

The show focuses on six professional women who live and work in Potomac, Maryland.

Apparently biracial cast member Gizelle Bryant is being cast as this season's antagonist and instigator on the show.

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Oprah Morgan Freeman

Executives at the embattled Academy of Arts & Sciences are scrambling to find A-list black superstars to present Oscar Awards.

The Academy's president, Cheryl Boone Isaacs, who is black, is struggling to bring "diversity" to the Oscars in the form of black presenters.

Isaacs hopes to silence critics such as Jada Pinkett Smith who accuse the Academy of racism for failing to nominate a single black actor in any major category.

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Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith

Actor Will Smith is one of the few black stars on the official (read: white) Hollywood A-list. But his membership into that exclusive club may be in jeopardy.

In an interview with ABC's Good Morning America, Smith confirmed he will not attend the Oscar Awards on Feb. 28.

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Lupita Nyong'o

Actress Lupita Nyong'o says there's an "unconscious prejudice" in the Academy Awards nominations process.

The 32-year-old Mexican who won an Oscar for her role in '12 Years a Slave' in 2014, expressed disappointment in “the lack of inclusion in this year’s Academy Awards nominations,” which she says “has me thinking about unconscious prejudice and what merits prestige in our culture."

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Chris Rock

Academy Awards 2016 host Chris Rock will not join A-list celebrities who are calling for a boycott of the Oscar Awards live telecast on February 28.

Celebs such as Jada Pinkett-Smith, 44, and Spike Lee, 58, are calling for other actors to join their boycott after the Academy failed to nominate a single nonwhite actor for a major award 2 years in a row.

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Fox & Friends host Elizabeth Hasselbeck

Earlier today, Fox & Friends host Elizabeth Hasselbeck featured a martial arts instructor who teaches school-age children to run toward school shooters and disarm them.

Hasselbeck's segment sparked outrage among viewers who say teaching children to stand and fight should be the very last resort when they are faced with an active shooter in their school.

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The University of Houston terminated its contract with a stadium security company after its employees assaulted fans who rushed out onto the field to celebrate the Houston Cougars' 24-13 victory over the Temple Owls in the AAC championship on Saturday.

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Glamour Award

The husband of a NYPD officer who died in the line of duty while rescuing 9/11 victims returned her posthumous Glamour Award after the magazine named female impersonator Bruce Jenner "woman" of the year.

NYPD Officer James Smith said Glamour magazine "insulted" the memory of his wife, fallen NYPD Officer Moira Smith, and other courageous biological women by honoring a narcissistic cross-dresser as "woman" of the year.

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Shaun King

Black Lives Matter activists turned on transracial fraud Shaun King after he organized Justice Together, collected donations, and then abandoned the movement without any explanation.

One former JT member, Chandra Paz, created the Twitter.com hashtag #ShaunKingLetMeDown to call out King for abandoning yet another movement.

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In a landslide victory, Houston residents voted to repeal a controversial anti-LGBT ordinance that would have allowed men in women's restrooms.

Houston's lesbian Mayor Annise Parker tried to get the so-called Houston Equal Rights Ordinance fast-tracked last year. But Houston's pastors protested loudly, and the ordinance was put on hold.

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Make-A-Wish Foundation Event Hosted by Kevin & Steffiana James

Actor Harold Perrineau (The Matrix) takes issue with the criticism directed toward his daughter, Aurora Perrineau, who stars in the new movie Jem and the Holograms.

Mr. Perrineau wrote an open letter to The Wrap expressing his anger at people who say Aurora -- who is biracial -- is not "black enough" to play a black character in the film based on the animated series.

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