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Snoop Dogg say’s “Rappers Ho’s are different” Rules are different for Imus April 12, 2007

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Rapper has dismissed comparisons between sexist hip-hop lyrics and the recent racist remarks made by radio DJ Don Imus.

Imus was suspended by CBS Radio and MSNBC on Monday after he referred to the Rutgers University women’s basketball team as ‘nappy-headed hos’–a racially charged sexist term.

Snoop frequently refers to women as “b**ches” and “hos” in his music, but he insists Imus’ use of the term was unacceptable and the 66-year-old DJ should be taken off the air.

The Doggystyle star says, “It’s a completely different scenario.”

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Principal Deems Jesus Chant Offensive February 25, 2007

Posted by C.A.R.D in anti-Christian, Anti-Defamation League, Anti-Semitic, Anti-Semitism, basketball, Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School, Card, Christian, Christians, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, cultural diversity club, Dennis G. Manning, Dennis W. Price, Discriminate, Discrimination, Jesus Chant Offensive, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Norfolk Academy, sensitivity training, Sullivan, tolerant, United Jewish Federation of Tidewater, We love Jesus.
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A Catholic school principal has organized sensitivity training for students who shouted “We love Jesus” during a basketball game against a school with Jewish students.

The word “Jew” also was painted on a gym wall behind the seats of Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School students attending the Feb. 2 game at Norfolk Academy, said Dennis W. Price, principal of the Virginia Beach school.

Price who also watched the game, said the rivals exchanged chants, “Then, at some point, our students were chanting, ‘We love Jesus.'”

“It was obviously in reference to the Jewish population of Norfolk Academy; that’s the only way you can take that,” he added. (more…)