A white nationalist with a swastika tattoo was arrested after striking an Asian man in the face during a tense White Lives Matter event in California.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has declared racism "a serious threat to the public's health."
A trio of white Canadian police officers are facing backlash after security camera footage caught them alleging that white men are 'the minority.'
"The way people look is totally irrelevant. How they perform is all you should care about. Once you forget that, airplanes tend to crash," Carlson said.
The company announced on Tuesday that it aims to develop a pilot training program in which at least half of all trainees are women and people of color.
Barkley has previously criticized the movement to defund the police and defended the hiring of Nets coach Steve Nash.
"I had always hoped that when that moment inevitably came, USA TODAY would stand by me and my track record of speaking the truth about systemic racism," Hemal Jhaveri wrote about the newsroom she was employed by for eight years.
Democrats expressed outrage at a controversial voting bill passed by Georgia's GOP, with lawmakers on Capitol Hill slamming as reminiscent of Jim Crow laws.
Asian Americans experienced "the highest single-year increase" of severe online harassment ever seen in the latest edition of a survey from the Anti-Defamation League.
"Charlottesville is anchored in white supremacy and rooted in racism. Charlottesville rapes you and covers you in sullied sheets," she wrote on Facebook.
Both sides are more interested in finding the small minority of murders that can be traced to a disfavored racial group or the ideology of the other side, a psychodrama that was yet again on full display on social media this week.
Coke sells its product as the "pause that refreshes." Coca-Cola might refreshingly pause in its latest scheme to achieve racial justice.
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton described a Fox News article on the additional ceremonies as "segregation."
Senator Ron Johnson said last week that he did not feel threatened during the Capitol riots but would have if they were led by Black Lives Matter protesters.
If you are offended by Tucker Carlson's opinions, don't watch him.
The jury selection process for the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in Floyd's death, is expected to begin this week.
Because it's a single shot, it makes sense for the new J&J vaccine to go to underserved, hard-to-reach communities. But the lopsided vaccine rollout has created a dangerous perception problem.
Texas congressman Joaquin Castro slammed the Golden Globes for its lack of Latino nominees amid criticism surrounding Hollywood's diversity problem.
Was Fred Hampton the "Black Messiah" the FBI was afraid would emerge to unite disparate groups across race and class lines for radical social change?
Black and brown Los Angeles, California, residents—who are most likely to die from the coronavirus—are being vaccinated at low rates despite efforts to reach them.
Since 2002, USC has spent more than $550 million on its police force. Community critics say armed officers feel more like an occupying force than a security necessity.
State lawmakers were hearing testimony about a bill that would provide protection from employment discrimination based on hairstyles historically associated with race.
The sailor reportedly found the noose on his rack on the guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain on January 26, prompting a Navy Criminal Investigative Service probe.
As we honor and celebrate Kamala Harris' historic inauguration and her and Joe Biden's focus on the highest levels of government "looking like America," it is incumbent on all of us to understand this is about much more than representation.
A study by the Associated Press released Saturday highlights an ongoing racial gap within the coronavirus pandemic, which has disproportionately affected people of color.
Educators said the request from Rep. Emory Dunahoo threatens political independence and academic freedom of university and colleges.
Vice President Kamala Harris has said that Marshall, the great-grandson of a slave who won a landmark civil-rights case and became the first Black Supreme Court Justice, is a hero of hers.
Over 30000 fines were issued, with Black, Asian and minority ethnic people more likely to be fined.
The African American Policy Forum co-launched an awareness campaign using the phrase in 2014.
"I guarantee you if that was a Black Lives Matter protest in D.C., there would already be people shackled, arrested or dead," Reid said.