Updated Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at 1:32 p.m. EDT: Police have arrested a Boston man who was caught on video aggressively confronting a black female motorcyclist in “his” neighborhood.
Boston is the latest city that is facing resegregation in its school system, an issue that many education advocates and experts say can intensify stark racial and economic divisions in the city.
Emory Ellis was just trying to buy breakfast.
Michelle Obama has a few choice words about the Trump administration, especially in comparison with her husband’s presidency, one that was more like having a “responsible parent” caring for the household.
Apparently unable to find 28 black Bostonians worthy of recognition, the Boston Police Department decided that it would commemorate Black History Month by honoring the legacy of one of its most notable heroes: the great and noticeably Caucasian Celtics Coach Red Auerbach.
Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson knows polling data isn’t in his favor and that he’s running against a well-established incumbent mayor in Marty Walsh. But Jackson is confident that the pulse on the streets is giving him a more accurate feel of Tuesday’s outcome: That he will be elected Boston’s first black mayor.
The mother of a biracial 7-year-old who lives part time at a group home says that group home workers assaulted her daughter when they chopped off all of her hair—without informing the mom before or after the fact.
As the country continues to grapple with the unbridled violence of Charlottesville, Va., last weekend, major cities such as Boston, Dallas, New Orleans and others will be the sites of major protests today—some under the guise of “free speech,” and others in defiance of white supremacy and in what organizers are…
A Boston police officer will be suspended for six months without pay after making a racially charged video that featured the tagline, “This summer, black people have met their match,” police officials confirmed Thursday.
Whenever the word “wypipo” surfaces on the internet, there comes the inevitable Caucasian clapback that accuses the user of racism. Sometimes the accusers will even go so far as to inject the conversation with the fictional term that accompanies all white tears and brow furrowing: “reverse racism.”
One day after being subjected to racial taunts—being called the n-word and having peanuts thrown at him—Baltimore Orioles star Adam Jones received a huge standing ovation.
Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones was the recipient of racial epithets Monday night at Boston’s Fenway Park. Jones said it was the worst case of abuse he’s had to deal with in his career to date.
Michael Che, the dry-witted co-host of Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update,” said what he said about Beantown, and he meant it.
Slick Rick’s classic song “Children’s Story” is truly about to become a children’s book with the help of Boston-based record label and premium online boutique Get on Down.
It’s a day ending in “y,” so of course there’s some racist incident happening at one American school or another. This time, a white supremacist group has claimed responsibility for a bunch of racist fliers that were put up across the University of Massachusetts Boston campus, sending officials and students on alert.
Aaron Hernandez will again be facing the music in court, this time for a 2012 Boston double homicide. Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday, with prosecutors and defense lawyers picking from a pool of some 600 candidates. Hernandez, a former NFL star who played with the New England Patriots, was already convicted of…
Sports fans usually don’t want to mix their politics and sports — well, White sports fans — but fans of the New England Patriots have no choice.