A female motorist in Fremont, Calif., who launched into a mocking, racist tirade against a Korean-American Air Force veteran won’t be charged in an incident that is being labeled by authorities as “road rage” on the part of both parties.
A KFC in Berlin is being accused of racism after a group of black customers was kicked out of the eatery Monday. In a video that was taken by one of the customers and then shared on social media, police can be seen escorting them out of the fast-food store.
Florida strikes again.
Donald Trump’s America continues to be grimy as usual, especially to those perceived to be immigrants, and this time, a Montana border agent has acknowledged on camera that he only stopped and questioned two women at a local gas station because he overheard them speaking Spanish to each other.
A group of Georgia high school tennis players are in a heap of trouble after posing for a racist photo that featured them with white bags over their heads—eyeholes cut out—Ku Klux Klan style.
Donald Glover basically broke the internet when he released his video for “This Is America,” a disturbing visual with enough interpretable art all up and through it. Even the biggest art intellectual likely needed to go back and watch it 47 times.
The two men who were arrested for merely existing in a Philadelphia Starbucks are finally speaking out about their ordeal and how it left them in fear for their lives as they were forced to interact with the police over a nonissue.
A Georgia man was taken into police custody after authorities say he followed a high school teacher into a shopping center parking lot and yelled racial slurs at him during a road rage incident.
Updated Monday, April 16, 2018, 12:41 p.m. EDT: Well, well, well. Despite calls for the Starbucks manager to be fired after calling the police on two black men simply for standing there, it looks as if the still-unidentified employee will be able to part ways with the company in what a Starbucks spokesperson referred…
A 14-year-old boy nearly lost his life after being shot at while trying to stop at a home in Rochester Hills, Mich., to ask for directions to school.
Target Corp. is dishing out a hefty $3.74 million to settle a lawsuit in which it is accused of using criminal-background checks to keep thousands of black and/or Hispanic people from getting jobs.
These frats are really a piece of work. You’d think by now, with the number of stories featured and the number of college students disciplined for racist, stereotypical parties and/or blackface, someone somewhere would get the memo...but nah.
That’s a trick question, of course. Basically, the whites are at it again, back at it with another “Just pull yourself up by your bootstraps” story.
A Raleigh, N.C., parent is not too pleased after her second-grade son came home from Hunter Magnet Elementary with a sheet explaining white privilege.
In a landmark ruling, for what lawyers believe to be the first time ever in South Africa, a person has been sentenced to prison for verbal racial abuse.
David Oyelowo is often mistaken for an Oscar winner. Right now you’re probably like, wait, he doesn’t have an Oscar? And you’re checking Google. And ... nope, no Oscar. But he does have several accolades that make him a trusted piece of Hollywood royalty. In fact, his besties Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey co-sign his…
A 13-year-old Georgia boy is facing charges of making terroristic threats after authorities say he left menacing, racist messages on the voicemail of the Cobb County NAACP.
On Friday, the American criminal-justice system actually got something right; as it turns out, DeAndre Harris, the black man who was brutally beaten during the Charlottesville, Va., Unite the Right white supremacist rally, was found not guilty of assaulting a white nationalist.
Well, some of our neighbors across the pond appear to have lost their damn minds. Currently, police in the U.K. are investigating an incident in which multiple white teenagers apparently chained a black student to a lamppost, whipped him with sticks and called him racist slurs as part of a “mock slave auction.”
The manager of an IHOP in Auburn, Maine, is making it clear that no one should or will ever have to pay up front for a meal at the establishment after an incident of racial profiling over the weekend.