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Cincinnati Cop on Desk Duty After Calling a Black Woman the N-Word

The Cincinnati NAACP said the officer should be fired.

Dennis Barnette, a white Cincinnati police officer, called a Black woman the "N-word" as he tried to take her into custody at a nightclub. It was recorded on the body camera of another officer at the scene.

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New Jersey Teacher Fired After Saying the N-Word and Having a Meltdown

Vincent Serpico told the students that he wouldn't get in trouble for the tirade "because nobody cares."

Vincent Serpico, a teacher who taught at Piscataway High School since 2009, heard music on a boom box in a boys' bathroom. He deemed the lyrics "offensive" and ended up going off on special education students citing the song by yelling the the N-word and profanities. He has been fired.

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Texas High School Students Chant the N-Word: Video

The teens that attend Carroll Senior High School have barely been reprimanded.

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In Southlake, Texas, Carroll Senior High School officials reprimanded a group of white students who were captured on video spewing racist tirades.

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Greendale High Student Suspended After Being Called the N-Word at School

Black students at the school say it's a daily occurrence and nothing is done by the administration.

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Greendale High School junior, Chanese Knox, was suspended last month after arguing with another student who called her the n-word.

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12-Year-Old Boy Called the N-Word at School Leads Anti-Bullying Campaign: Video

Tarrick Walker created a movement that's spreading outside of his community. You can join, too.


While playing basketball at school in Hanford, Calif., 12-year-old Tarrick Walker's classmate called him a "dumb ni**er" multiple times.

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NFL Announcer Asked Black Coworker if Mic was off Before Using N-Word, He Resigns​

Colts put out a gushing statement of radio announcer Bob Lamey's retirement, but using a racial slur prompted his exit.

While at work, Bob Lamey, an NFL Indianapolis Colts radio announcer, told a story about an auto-racing analyst using the N-word 30 years ago. But Lamey decided to use the racial slur in his storytelling, despite whoever may have been in the room. A Black woman, present and offended, told Emmis Communications management about the incident.

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White Man, Who Used N-Word in Video, Fatally Stabs Black Man

"How many times can we say the N-word to the bartender before we get kicked out," Joden Rocco said in a video.

Joden Rocco, a 24-year old white man, tried to see how many times he could say the N-word before getting kicked out of a bar in Pittsburgh. Rocco's game resulted in him killing a Black man, Dulane Cameron Jr., also age 24.

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Jesse Jackson: Use of the 'N-Word' is Far From the Only Measure of Racism

"We can't allow Trump to dumb down racism, limiting the standard to whether one utters the n-word or not," writes Rev. Jackson.

By Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr.

Last week, amid the continuing clamor of Trump's chaos presidency, the question of whether Trump had used the n-word became a media sensation.

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Former Federal Air Marshals Say They Were Told to Target 'N*ggers'

The men said they were wasting resources, meanwhile real terrorists were out there.

Three former federal air marshals, Steve Theodoropoulos, Henry Preston, and Ed Cunningham, said they were told by a supervisor to target "the Black people" when they worked in Orlando because "they're the ones who have warrants."

"But he didn't use 'Black people' he used the n-word," said Theodoropoulos.

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"The View" co-host Sunny Hostin said Monday on the show that she and her friends had rented a cottage at a historically Black beach, which they've done for many years, but on July 4th, the group was verbally assaulted by teens yelling racial slurs.

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News Anchor's 'Clap Back' When Called the N-Word Is Phenomenal

"You think it's okay to call this journalist a n***er. I don't," is only part of Sharon Reed's amazing on-air reply.


Atlanta TV journalist Sharon Reed is taking a nod from Rep. Maxine Waters and reclaiming her time.

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Be Careful: 'Ni**er Lynching' Texts Sent to Black Freshman Uncover Backdoor to Private Information

A University of Oklahoma student involved in messages sent from "Daddy Trump" obtained contact info from a private University of Pennsylvania Facebook group.

A University of Oklahoma student involved in messages sent from "Daddy Trump" obtained contact info from a private University of Pennsylvania Facebook group.

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