Rebecca Hains

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WATCH: Rebecca Hains discusses THE PRINCESS PROBLEM on Fox News

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FOX 25 News explores “The Princess Problem” with Rebecca Hains.

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Op-ed: Media’s choice of photos creates a split-second bias. #Ferguson

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In cases like Mike Brown’s, the news media fuel the fires of racism every time they choose an accompanying photograph in which the victim resembles the scary thug police claim he was. Our op-ed in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch explains why.

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Customers: Stop abusing Disney Store clerks. It’s not their fault Frozen merch is sold out.

Disney’s film Frozen was released in theaters five months ago, but merchandise based on the film is still sold out at Disney Stores nationwide. It’s clear that Disney Consumer Products Division had no inkling that Frozen would become the most successful animated movie of…

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FOX43 legitimizes KKK activities with reprehensible Facebook post

In response to a series of local break-ins in central Pennsylvaina, a local organization has formed a neighborhood watch group. On the surface, that sounds like a great idea: Neighborhood watch groups can be an effective crime deterrent. They encourage community members to keep an eye…

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Review: “Prison Baby” by Deborah Jiang Stein

In a system that treats drug addicts as criminals—that incarcerates people struggling with addiction, instead of recognizing addiction as a complex disease and providing treatment— injustice piles upon injustice. The war on drugs has destroyed families, tearing parents and children…

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Massachusetts declares upskirt photos legal; outrage ensues

This week, Massachusetts’ Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that upskirt photographs are legal, sparking outrage across Massachusetts and beyond. Upskirt photos are photographs taken from beneath a woman’s skirt to capture an image of her crotch area and underwear without her…

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“Is my son smart?” “Is my daughter skinny?” Google Searches Reveal Parents’ Gender Biases

According to a recent New York Times op-ed, “Google, Tell Me, Is My Son a Genius?”, parents’ Google search trends teach us a lot about parents’ biases towards their sons and daughters. Specifically, parents tend to search the internet for…

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