"I will forever be sorry for what was done to him," the author, who wrote the memoir Lucky about her assault, said in a statement.
Russell City was deemed a blighted area in the 1950s, prompting mass relocations of its 1,400 citizens, who were mainly Black and Latino.
The R&B singer accused the Dutch airport of hating Black people in a series of tweets Monday.
Management at the resort allegedly told Jacob Hood "those are not the type of people" after he hired the employee.
"The Arbery trial is a trial of a lynching. That is exactly what happened in that case," the California Democratic congresswoman said.
The former police chief made a "pointy KKK hat out of paper" and wore it in front of the officer and told him that he should wear that hat on his next call.
The case of the late teenager who faced AIDS-related discrimination was raised by Twitter users following recent Dennis Prager's remarks about the AIDS crisis.
In footage released Saturday he appears to set fire to a banner on the memorial's wall using a lighter, and as the blaze grows, he leaves the premises.
"The application was never denied and was still in process when the lawsuit was filed," said a university official of Ratio Christi's status.
Mohammed Zubi was told 'We don't negotiate with terrorists" after he asked if he could finish a math assignment at home, according to students.
RealResponse lets customers, particularly from university athletic departments and sports groups, to send in immediate, confidential complaints through text.
Officers arrested Al Copeland after finding him slumped in his car and barely conscious in Boston in April 2019.
An economist says hiring people with criminal records is good for business and good for society
Sherry Bren, the 70-year-old head of the Appraiser Certification Program, left the agency in March following a payout to withdraw the complaint.
"Riding my bike around Google's campus and somebody called security on me because they didn't believe I was an employee," Angel Onuoha said.
Lawyer Jelle Klaas said the court's decision "leaves open the door for ethnic profiling," and one of the plaintiffs is expected to continue to appeal the case.
The employee at Mabel Rush Elementary School reportedly darkened her face with iodine and told fellow staff members that she wanted to look like Rosa Parks.
The teen said the driver told him "that flag is not allowed here. This is America. You shouldn't have that flag," and that he should "go back to his country."
Shawn Bauck told Newsweek that when he complained to the owner of the restaurant in Estes Park, Colorado, the man smirked and did nothing.
In a follow-up video, the male colleague was also heard telling her "this is a man's world."
Former anchor Sonya Heitshusen, 54, was let go from WHO-TV in Des Moines, Iowa, after 17 years and she alleges the reasons were her age and gender.
On Friday, James Brown, 41, of Marion, Virginia was sentenced in federal court for his crimes.
Employees allege that the discrimination included death threats, consistent use of racial slurs, and vandalism of their personal property.
A three-judge panel unanimously ruled that Hobby Lobby violated Illinois anti-discrimination laws.
"The townspeople have a right to know that their paperwork, some of the things that they trusted in our hands, is under this ground behind me," said Lucama town commissioner Patricia Uzzell.
The couple, Romiro and Leo Mendez, said the incident occurred at a fast food restaurant in Salida, California.
Keandra Simmons, 41, alleges she was discriminated against by the Miami Police Department when she was demoted from a major to a lieutenant.
"I don't really care about the money. It's more about making a statement that things like this are unacceptable," the man said about suing the fast-food giant.
When a female landscaper was told she would need to be a "bodybuilder" to get a job, she wrote a cutting email response which has since gone viral.