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President Trump took the time to slam former President Obama as well as praise a man with a legacy rooted in racism.
“Your reparations came in the form of a man named Barack Obama,” said Paul Congemi running for mayor of St. Petersburg.
The alternate racial history drama will test America’s audience, for good or bad.
One email has an image of white people in “safari gear taking pictures of several Black individuals who are trying to break into a car,” a report states
Fourth-grade students subjected to a Florida teacher’s racism.
“It’s why we have Trump,” the former host, who was ordered to take a course on Asian American studies as part of her punishment, told a prospective renter.
A photo of a Klan supporter at a rally wearing a hairstyle culturally associated with Black people goes viral.
NFL manager says teams will use Kaepernick as cautionary tale to prevent players "from doing what he did."
“The video is very dangerous and threatening to people who are practicing their First Amendment rights in this country,” Mallory, Women’s March co-president, told DiversityInc.
Five young Black and Latino men accused of gang rape — were wrongfully convicted. Donald Trump took out full-page ads to fuel public opinion and doubled down just last year.
The study finds substantial bias toward Black girls beginning at age five.
Lisa Durden lost her job following an appearance on Tucker Carlson's show.
Williams responds to McEnroe’s sexist comments that question her ability to defeat pro tennis players in the men’s circuit.
When they had not experienced these forms of discrimination, children and young adults were almost twice as likely to have well-controlled asthma than when they had.
The former dean called people “white trash,” “low class folks” and “barely educated morons.”
Dashcam video shows what happened before police killed Castile during a traffic stop.
Calling his use of the N-word “a joke” and giving a stale apology indicate Maher does not believe his actions warranted criticism at all.
“I have been threatened with lynching and having the bullet from a .44 Magnum put in my head,” said Professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor.
“No matter how much money you’ve got, no matter how famous you are, no matter how many people admire you, being a Black man in America is very frightening,” James said.
The incident marks the second time in one week a noose was found at a Smithsonian museum.
Richard Collins III was murdered on the University of Maryland’s College Park campus where American Vanguard distributed racist propaganda.
The soldier lost his life in America’s ongoing battle with racism.