The fans hung the banner from the Green Monster.
Jesimen Chipika said that Zimbabwe's land reform killings were "no worse than South Africa."
The officer, Greg Abbott, claims he was trying to get a nervous driver to comply.
The survey followed the violence in Charlottesville and President Donald Trump's blaming of "both sides."
As neo-Nazis rally, psychiatrists return to the decades-old question of whether violent white supremacy is a personality disorder.
The tennis star thinks Maria Sharapova "might be perceived by the public as nicer."
"We don't want people to think that they can hide behind Robert E. Lee's name for these senseless acts of violence."
Daniel S. Loeb is a prominent backer of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo but has also supported Republicans in Congress.
Comments followed violent protests in London over the deaths of two black men apprehended by police.
Bryan Stevenson's Equal Justice Initiative partnered with the Brooklyn Museum on a new exhibit that confronts 'racial terror in America,' from slavery through mass incarceration.
"You're telling me there isn't one white doctor in this whole entire building?" the woman asks.
People think they know everything about slavery in the United States. They don't.
Russian State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin said Western leaders' unrelenting support for sanctions may indicate they "genetically dislike" Slavs.
While racial segregation in U.S. schools plummeted between the late 1960s and 1980, it has steadily increased ever since.
The four-time MVP has spoken out about racism in America several times in the past.
Anne Hidalgo was asked about the Nyansapo Festival by the far-right National Front party.
Twin sisters, who were kicked off their sports teams, fought rules against braids they felt were racist. The Massachusetts AG told the school to stop the discriminatory rules.
The pair are accused of throwing the 16-year-old from a moving vehicle after catching him stealing sunflowers.
The removal of the Liberty Monument was seen by civil rights advocates as an important step toward healing wounds inflicted by generations of segregation and discrimination.