If you’re gonna talk the talk, you’re gonna have to walk the walk. At least that’s what the Montgomery County, N.C., decided after a group of local firefighters refused to remove a Confederate flag from fire station property.
A white Cornell University student has now been slapped with a hate crime charge in connection with a September assault on a black classmate.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., restaurant employee is out of a job after she was caught on video telling customers that “everybody” knows the manager is racist before kicking them out of the eatery.
It’s tempting to write off critiques of identity politics the same way you would ironic tattoos or Taylor Swift as a “white-people thing,” but the term has become so hotly debated and so misunderstood that an increasing number of young people of color feel put off by it.
The Connecticut NAACP is demanding that a felony hate crime charge be filed against a white former University of Hartford freshman who allegedly contaminated her black roommate’s living space.
It’s been a tense Spirit Week at one New Jersey high school, where a group of students thought it was appropriate to wear Confederate-flag gear and use racial slurs just because their classmates were protesting racial inequality and racism they’ve experienced at the school.
Despite the fact that Riley County, Kan., police opted not to charge a black man who admitted to tagging his own car with horrifying, racist graffiti and sparking tensions across the community, the Kansas State University Black Student Union is not at all pleased and is demanding that the perpetrator face charges.
I am often asked about my name. “Nabil. It’s an Arabic name,” I’ll say. “It means noble, learned and generous,” which usually demands further interest.
A St. Charles, Mo., father is looking for other options after he says that his son and other classmates were called racial slurs by a school employee during fourth-grade recess at their elementary school.
Climate change affects everyone, but in the immediate aftermath of “natural” disasters, the poorest among us suffer the most. In Splinter’s new series, Fault Lines, we explore the many ways our society’s most vulnerable people get hurt by climate-related crises.
A black student attending a New Jersey Christian school has been the target of racial harassment, prompting an investigation by the school and sermons at school about how to treat one another.
A drunken thug from Green Bay, Wis., is facing hate crime charges after chasing a black man over the weekend while yelling slurs before ultimately discharging a firearm at the fleeing victim.
Soul Searching is our series about how the most secular generation in history is changing the face of religion.
This week, Rolling Stone published yet another account of R. Kelly’s alleged predatory behavior, providing the umpteenth reminder that the singer continues to hide in plain sight. In “Surviving R. Kelly,” former DJ Kitti Jones recounts her past relationship with Kelly and accuses him of physically abusing her, forcing…
CNN’s Don Lemon has been the target of a series of racist death threats by an apparent white supremacist Donald Trump supporter, leaving the anchor so concerned that he apparently contacted the police.
A Goshen, Calif., man is fighting for his life in a Fresno, Calif., hospital after being beaten and stabbed multiple times solely because of his race, authorities say.
Updated Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, 11:04 a.m. EDT: A Cliffside Park, N.J., teacher who came under fire after being recorded in class telling Spanish-speaking students to “speak American” has been allowed to return to the classroom after making a schoolwide apology.
A Southfield, Mich., woman was left shaken and terrified after seeing a racist text message sent by a locksmith, who was supposed to be helping her out.
By now we all know about Michigan State Police Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue’s controversial Facebook post, in which she referred to NFL protesters as “ungrateful, anti-American degenerates.”
On August 11, hundreds of white nationalists marched the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia bearing tiki torches demanding that a statue of Confederate hero Robert E. Lee stay erect. The following day, the demonstrations turned violent when a car plowed through a group of counter-protesters, killing one woman and…