"This virus can hit anyone, anywhere—regardless of race, economic status, or access to power," Biden wrote. "But it doesn't impact every community equally."
"We are learning more about the coronavirus every day, but let me tell you this in no uncertain terms: It doesn't care if you are black, brown, white, red, yellow or some other shade," Dr. Echols wrote.
"Why does merely questioning the black allegiance to the Democratic party make you a 'sell-out,' a 'self-loather' or an 'Uncle Tom'?"
SCOTUS already found an identical Texas law to be placing an "undue burden" on women—and in this case, the burden would fall disproportionately on women who are black.
Trump will serve as grand marshal of the 62nd edition of the annual 200-lap race in Daytona Beach, Florida.
"The left has made it impossible to say the n-word any longer. That's disgusting, it's a farce. It's the only word that you can't say in the English language."
The city of Des Moines says William Stark has First Amendment rights to display swastika painting in his yard opposite Morris Elementary school.
Representative D.F. "Rick" Miller said on Monday that the only reason he's being challenged for his seat in the Texas House is that his opponents are "Asian."
Love it or hate it, the viral meme fails to take into account a key element in the generational conflict: race.
The ruins of a forgotten largely African American cemetery were apparently found buried underneath a Florida high school after scans revealed 145 coffins on school property, officials announced Wednesday.
A lawsuit alleging discrimination against a North Carolina school system has been partially dismissed by a judge.
Marlon Anderson worked at West High School, in Madison, Wisconsin and says his school district should look at the context in which the word was used.
The Cincinnati City Council has voted to ban discrimination associated with "natural hair and hairstyles associated with race."
"While facial recognition identifies a white man's gender 99% of the time, it misidentifies darker-skinned females up to 35% of the time," Tlaib wrote in a follow-up tweet.
A research study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that some underutilized asthma treatments may be more effective for African American children, the demographic most likely to have the disease.
In an Albuquerque store, a Halloween costume called "Mexican Man" has been labeled racist.
"Well, this is hugely depressing, @JustinTrudeau," journalist Mike Donachie tweeted. "I don't have the words to express my disappointment."
"BRPD is not the only Louisiana law enforcement agency we have sent public records requests to, nor the only one where we have found officers using slurs," attorney William Most revealed to Newsweek.
In one circuit court where marriage licenses are processed, there are 230 available races to choose from, including historically outdated terms such as "Mulatto," "Octoroon" and "Aryan."
Liberals feign compassion for inner-city students and their families, but force generation after generation of black children into a failed education system.
"It was by virtue of our bondage that we became the most American of all," the Times author writes. But aren't all of us "the most American of all"?
Over a 40-year career, that means that black women make $946,120 less than white men, according to the National Women's Law Center.
The seventh-grader was told he could either let administrators change the shape of his fade haircut with a Sharpie or face in-school suspension.
California Senator Kamala Harris accused Russia of deliberately using racism to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential elections and provoke Americans into fighting against each another.
"The two greatest motivators at (Dad's) rallies were fear and hate," said the daughter of George Wallace. "There was no policy solution, just white middle-class anger."
Chaos erupted in Cincinnati after former juvenile court judge Tracie Hunter was handed a six-month jail sentence.
Climate change is driving rising global temperatures and melting huge amounts of ice in the Arctic, opening the region to the world's great powers.
Ron Sullivan talked to Newsweek about defending Harvey Weinstein and how "the loudest voices in the room" intimidated Harvard leaders and cost him his job.
"It's everywhere and it has all the signs of being a coordinated/artificial operation," wrote behavioral scientist Caroline Orr, who first highlighted the surge of duplicate messages about Harris.
California had the most incidents, followed by Kentucky and Oklahoma, according to the Anti-Defamation League.