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.
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.
Imagine minding your own business, walking home from school, only to have a bunch of older kids who should know better hurl racial slurs at you?
Two Albuquerque, N.M., high school juniors were suspended after posting a disgusting, doctored image to Snapchat that the school’s principal is calling “repugnant and hateful.”
The Albany (Calif.) School Board voted Wednesday night to expel a student over racist posts and memes posted on an Instagram account.
A Washington state fourth-grader, who says she has been the subject of racially charged and threatening bullying since the school year started in September, has now turned to social media to bring attention to her case after she and her parents claim that school administrators and teachers seemingly turned a blind eye…
African-American leaders in the South Bay area of California are accusing administrators at Monta Vista High School and the local sheriff’s office of failing to take action following the discovery of a “kill list” last fall that specifically targeted black students.
A 10-year-old boy is being racially terrorized by little inbred elementary schoolers in Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ great state of Alabama. This be the year 2017.
Somebody’s sweet little cherub who would never say a bad thing is at it again. This time, middle school students are caught up in racist controversy after they were seen on a now-viral video chanting “KKK” and making derogatory statements against different ethnic and racial groups. The incident once again rocks the…