A black Kansas man has admitted to tagging his own car with horrific, racist graffiti that disgusted residents and sparked racial tensions, calling the incident a “Halloween prank that got out of hand.”
“Go Home Nigger Boy,” “Fuck You Die Dumb Nigger,” “Date Your Own Kind”: These are but some of the horrific slurs that were tagged on a car near Kansas State University Wednesday, and now students at the school say they are tired of the racism that occurs on and around campus.
Not sure what the deal in Queensbridge is, but someone or someones may have gotten their wish to destroy a mural of recently deceased rapper Prodigy of Mobb Deep.
And so we’re here again. Another day, another racist incident at some high school across the nation. This time, staff and students discovered racist graffiti painted on school grounds at the Pinnacle High School in Phoenix over the weekend, sparking a police investigation.
Back in December, Latanza Douglas and her family—which includes her husband and three foster children—secured what they thought was their dream home in Delano, Minn. However, three months later, the family feels as if they have no choice but to leave town after their home was ransacked, burglarized and painted with…
Police in Charleston, S.C., are investigating several vandalism cases that took place over the weekend, including the vandalism of the library that was dedicated to Cynthia Hurd, one of nine people murdered in the shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church carried out by white supremacist Dylann Roof in…
It seems as if someone in a Stamford, Conn., neighborhood could not stand to constantly be reminded that racists live among the neighbors. The racial slur that was spray-painted across an interracial couple’s garage door in January was painted over this week by an unidentified party.
One Virginia judge is hoping that a group of teen vandals will be able to read themselves into some common sense after they were found guilty of vandalizing a historic African-American schoolhouse with racist, anti-Semitic and obscene graffiti, The Guardian reports.
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Pat Jude and her husband, Joe, left their Cincinnati rental home to visit their daughter. When they returned, the interracial couple found their place trashed and vandalized with swastikas.
At least two churches in two separate states were vandalized over the weekend with Donald Trump-inspired slurs, the Indianapolis Star reports.
A GoFundMe campaign set up to help repair the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, Miss., which was set on fire earlier this week and marked with "Vote Trump" written in graffiti, has raised $201,823 as of Friday morning, exceeding its original $10,000 goal.
Dolly Ragoo discovered Monday that the door to her home had been splashed with tomato sauce and had the n-word scrawled on it, the New York Daily News reports.
A Greenville, Miss., black church was burned and vandalized Tuesday night, Mississippi News Now reports.
A Florida university campus has been left in shock after a threatening sentence was left scrawled on a whiteboard on campus, accompanied by a graphic drawing, WBBH reports.
On Monday, students and employees tried to clean up the graffiti that was left on multiple walls, a door and a trash can at Cali Calmecac Language Academy in Windsor, Calif., Raw Story reports.
A fundraiser started to replace a memorial sign marking the place where Emmett Till's brutalized body was discovered in Mississippi's Tallahatchie River in 1955 has exceeded its $15,000 goal, the New York Daily News reports.
Five Virginia teens have been charged in the racist vandalism of a historic African-American schoolhouse, WJLA reports.
The Ashburn Colored School opened in 1892, a single-room schoolhouse that gave black children in Northern Virginia the opportunity to receive an education, 30 years after the Civil War ended in the capital of the Confederacy.
Marvin Phillips was called away from his first weekend camping vacation with his family Friday morning after being told that his home and truck had been vandalized.