City officials from Kingman, Ariz., want you to know that the racists shown on a recent episode of Sacha Baron Cohen’s show, Who Is America, aren’t their racists. But, you know, they’re still trying to do better about the whole race thing.
People continue to show their whole entire asses to the world (through viral cellphone footage) and one woman filmed on a New York City bus during her hateful anti-Muslim rant is no exception.
Florida strikes again.
After a four-week trial, it took a Wichita, Kan., jury one day to convict three white dudes who watched too many episodes of The A-Team of hatching a convoluted plan to kill government officials and bomb a Garden City, Kan., apartment complex where Somali Muslims lived.
Two Arizona mothers live-streamed themselves inside a Tempe, Ariz., mosque yelling Islamophobic statements in front of their children, according to CNN.
Man, I know Florida gets a bad rap, but when things like this pop up, I really have to wonder about what’s in the water down there, and how a black middle school teacher could be caught spreading racist propaganda about Muslims, including posts shared by white supremacist groups.
The short answer is nah, fam—regardless of what other headlines might tell you.
On Thursday, Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) appeared on whatever show it is that Tucker Carlson hosts for Fox News and proceeded to make several bold claims that the Islamic State group was the real perpetrator behind the Las Vegas massacre in October that left 58 people dead.
On Wednesday, for no apparent reason other than that he’s a xenophobic piece of garbage who openly hates an entire religious group with a passion seen only by white men wearing hoods (or khakis) and wielding torches, the president of the United States retweeted Islamophobic posts from Britain’s far-right, fascist…
Another day, another video leaked of ridiculous behavior in a school. This time, video circulating across the internet shows a student’s hijab being pulled off her head even as she tries to hide her face and readjust it.
Radical Islamic terror. Islamic. Terror. When you separate those words, they can’t be any more diametrically opposed. The dictionary defines terrorism as “the systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion,” or as “the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in pursuit of…
Another day, another bigot off the streets. A North Dakota woman was quickly terminated from her job after a video of her racist rant went viral across social media.
A Muslim family living in Nassau County, part of New York’s Long Island, discovered hateful, threatening messages in their mailbox on two separate occasions, leading police to launch a hate crime investigation.
The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations is warning mosques across the state and the nation to be on high alert since a local mosque started to be targeted with several racially charged phone threats a few weeks ago.
A Portland, Ore., man is giving me a particular type of joy after breaking down crying and expressing his heartfelt “regret” after being charged with a hate crime earlier this week for allegedly hurling slurs and intimidating a black Muslim couple.
Hours after a white male opened fire on members of Congress, Senate Republicans hosted a hearing on violent extremism. Aside from a perfunctory mention of James T. Hodgkinson’s violent extremist act that very morning, GOP members of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs called on a number…
The man who applauded the actions of the 9/11 hijackers has teamed up with white supremacist organizations across the country to hold rallies in at least 26 American cities this weekend.
Two Muslim nonprofit organizations have come together and raised more than $500,000 in about four days for the families of the Portland, Ore., heroes who were violently attacked while defending two young women from a raging white supremacist yelling anti-Muslim insults.
Well, I think I’ve seen it all after trying to wrap my head around this one. The San Diego Unified School District is under fire for an anti-bullying campaign that some parents now claim shows special favor to Muslim students. You’d think that being against bullying and standing up for an often targeted community…
It seems that Ahmed Mohamed—the young Muslim teen who was arrested at his school over a homemade clock mistaken for a bomb—will not be getting any justice in his case. A federal judge has tossed out a lawsuit that was filed against the Irving, Texas, Independent School District and the city of Irving.