Here’s a joke: What’s the difference between a Klan rally and a Republican Convention?
This is what happens when you mix racism and texting. A Georgia Southern University student, identified as Courtney Schaefer, sent a text message with the word, “niggerish” in it to a new roommate in a big moment of whooops! She claims she meant “triggerish.”
The white owner of a Detroit business is issuing an apology a little too late after spitting on a young black man who was coordinating parking and working security at an event over some issues with parking.
The founder of Papa John’s is apparently ready to drag the company down with him, now saying that he regrets resigning and promises to fight the chain that he created over how he was made to resign after using a racial slur.
Over the weekend, I received a quite kind email from a man named “Jake” with a series of screenshots from articles I’ve written about white people attached to it. The subject of the email read “Your a Confirmed Black Racist.” I was immediately compelled to thank Jake for gathering so much of my work in one place—he…
Toledo, Ohio, police have taken a white woman into custody after she was accused of spray painting racial slurs and swastikas on her neighbor’s home last Friday.
An elderly white man is facing charges of attempted arson and attempted murder after being accused of trying to burn down a condominium as a way to target his Jewish neighbors.
With the latest, disgusting trend of white people unnecessarily calling the cops on people of color, it’s obvious that wypipo have found a whole new way to white. (That’s with the hard “wh.”)
A black man alleges that he was denied entry on a bus, which he takes daily, because of his race.
A white, elderly former firefighter in North Texas who was arrested on stalking charges for harassing and intimidating his black neighbor has pleaded guilty to interfering with an African American family’s right to fair housing.
Don’t worry, I’m not going to bother giving these two Beckys a cutesy nickname, but I am still going to tell the story of what they did, because I’m tired of white women and their antics.
Today in “if you say so, but I don’t believe that shit at all” news, a Sarasota, Fla., hotel is claiming that a racist note found by a black millionaire and his family during their stay over the Fourth of July was left by a previous guest, and was not directed toward the family.
Apparently, astounded that all black children don’t spend their time shooting hoops or exploring new avenues of committing black-on-black crime, the governor of Kentucky regurgitated a small amount of previously digested racism when he declared how surprised he was that black kids could play chess.
A Swatara Township, Pa. fire company is suspended because members were using racial slurs.
A white man, upholding his civic duty to keep his community safe, summoned local police when a black woman threatened to use her neighborhood pool for the nefarious purpose of swimming.
Whenever a word or phrase bursts into the cultural zeitgeist, instead of embracing it, I have a tendency to resist. I do not “unpack” things, I talk about them. I never worry about “optics,” even when I am concerned about how something appears. And whenever someone tells me “it is what it is,” I still want to know…
A black fraternity filed a lawsuit in federal court last week, accusing a Tuscaloosa, Ala., restaurant of racial discrimination after they were denied the opportunity to rent an event space because, as the restaurant put it, “We’ve had problems with your kind before.”
One thing that hasn’t changed: The Star-Spangled Banner is still racist.
This is America–and over in Connecticut, a mother is telling her story after she and her toddler were attacked by a racist gang of thugs.
The obsession with blackface has to stop.