Lady Susan Hussey joined the royal household in 1960 as a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth II and resigned from her new post on Wednesday.
"OP, it is not your job to educate white people when we are being racist," one user commented. "It is our job to educate ourselves and each other."
"The problem is REPUBLICAN SILENCE," Joe Walsh, an ex-Trump supporter, said after the former president's dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes.
The Queen Consort's interaction with a child during an engagement on Thursday sparked a debate as the royals face scrutiny in relation to race.
Rachel McMillian writes about what she learned from Keith LaMar, in this exclusive Newsweek essay.
Boebert's Democratic challenger touted his mobilization efforts throughout the campaign, but "nobody really paid attention to them," a political expert said.
"Seriously, you guys are outstepping the stereotype and I love it," said the wedding guest in a viral TikTok video.
When the video of George Floyd being slowly suffocated by a white policeman on a nondescript Minneapolis street made its way around the globe, many Americans, especially whites, sought innocence from the horror they just witnessed. They wanted innocence from America's legacy of racial atrocities conjured up by the image of the knee on the neck.
Resentment begets more resentment, so we shouldn't be surprised at what we have all just heard from the L.A. City Council.
Twitter users pointed out to the author that plenty of famous villains are played by people of color, like Michael B. Jordan in "Black Panther."
Senator Tommy Tuberville accused Democrats of backing reparations "because they think that the people who do the crime are owed that."
Meghan Markle said her mom took her to a Korean spa "with women from ages 9 to maybe 90 all walking around naked" and added: "All I wanted was a bathing suit."
Three federal judges, including two appointed by former President Donald Trump, ruled in January that Alabama must draw new congressional maps.
King Charles III seems to ignore a well-wisher in a video posted with the message "Black man, you are on your own"—but all may not have been as it seemed.
"My son is autistic. Any parents seeing this video, they know what I'm feeling right now," said Ann Frank, the child's guardian.
The lawsuit arrives after a judge temporarily blocked enforcement of part of a law that restricts conversations about race in schools and workplaces.
PEN America, an organization that works to protect free expression in the U.S., found that 42 books have been banned from at least one school district in Oklahoma.
Princess Diana participated in a number of races during Prince William and Prince Harry's school days leading some to claim that this was a breach in protocol.
The prince wrote in his editor's letter that he has "always found Britain's black communities to be a great source of inspiration."
What we need is not more restrictions on the life prospects and agency of the nation's rapidly expanding populations of color in our schools and across our economy. In fact, we need just the opposite: new rights, new resources, and new possibilities.
Meghan Markle told her Spotify podcast "I had been treated like a mixed woman" up until dating Prince Harry, when "things really shifted."
Creators have used terms like "purebred" and "good investment" to describe their Black partners as part of the trend, leading to accusations of racism.
A TikTok video showing the princess taking part in traditional 'mothers' races' at William and Harry's school has gone viral with over 600,000 views.
"The Gilded Age" star Benton discussed Meghan Markle's treatment as the first person of color to marry into the royal family during a recent interview.
Hungary's prime minister will speak at CPAC in Dallas, along with Donald Trump, despite what one critic called a "Nazi diatribe."
While research shows children are more likely to identify white adults as being "in charge," they also take cues from posture.
It was completely alien to me to be told I was behaving in the wrong way purely because I wasn't white.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast spoke to Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, who said Charles "needs to explain his decision" to hire a Daily Mail editor.