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Reuters - Serena Williams said she understood the "pain and cruelty" suffered by Meghan, the wife of Prince Harry, after she accused Britain's royal family of racism. Meghan, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey aired on CBS late on Sunday, said the royal family had concerns about how dark their son's skin might be. The year-old, whose mother is Black and father is white, also said she was pushed to the brink of suicide after marrying into royalty in Williams, a Black woman who has won 23 Grand Slam titles, said her "friend" Meghan had taught her "what it means to be truly noble". Meghan and Harry said in the interview their second child, who is due this summer, would be a girl. A second masseuse is claiming in a lawsuit that the Texans QB touched her inappropriately during a massage, this one in August of The father of Raptors rookie guard Malachi Flynn compared his son to Patrick Mahomes while lobbying for more playing time on Facebook.
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By Sophie Tanno For Mailonline. The former presidents were among the historical figures deemed by the board members to have ties to racism or have 'dishonorable legacies' in a vote, which will see 44 San Francisco Unified School District schools forced to change their names. The controversial move follows a wave of anti-racism protests that swept the country last summer in the wake of the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, resulting in statues of Confederate leaders, in particular, being torn down. The decision in San Francisco resulted in anger from some policy makers, including Arkansas senator Tom Cotton, who believe the school board should instead be concentrating on how to bring students back to in-person learning during the pandemic. Even current senator Dianne Feinstein's name did not escape the chopping block, as the first female mayor of San Francisco and lifelong Democrat became the only living person whose name was noted for removal.