"I am deeply troubled that some of our student-athlete parents were subjected to racist slurs during last night's game," Candice Storey Lee tweeted Tuesday.
"I spoke to my children and I let them know that we're humankind. We're going to stand together," the mother said. A mother and her two children were victims of a racially fueled attack in Brooklyn on Friday, and the incident is being investigated as a hate crime.
The juvenile allegedly accessed Google Classrooms at Newtown High School in Connecticut and used "racial epithets in an abusive and disruptive manner," police said.
Parents and students from one school allegedly yelled, "Did they get their VISAs?" and "Go back to your own country" to players of color from the other school.
Jovene Milligan has since filed a lawsuit against Uber, hoping that the company will implement safety protections for people who may feel threatened by their drivers.
"If Black people can say it then white people can say it, too," the teacher allegedly told students.
The latest incident comes amid rising tension in the lead up to the U.S. presidential election on Tuesday.
"What's the one word about race that we're not allowed to use?" Professor Gary Shank asked. "I'll give you a hint. It starts with 'n.'"
In the recording, he uses the racial slur nine times, accusing the woman he's speaking to of being a "[n-word] lover."
The company has also been accused of referring to a black boy as a "monkey" and selling wrap-around dresses as "kimonos."
Several state and local officials in Michigan called for Tom Eckerle's resignation, after he used racial slurs at a public meeting earlier this week.
"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 parents of a 9-year-old boy say their son was called the N-word by his school's vice principal. School officials confirm the incident happened.
"They were screaming, 'They're shooting at us. They're shooting at us.'"
"Why don't you get up and swing up on that [expletive] pole for me? That's all you people are [expletive] good for."
The boys have pleaded guilty to hate crime charges
Police arrested a man in Ohio on Saturday for waving a gun at neighbors and threatening to kill them.
The woman was was met by local police upon her exit from the plane.
During the segment, Spencer repeatedly yelled the n-word and dropped his pants to "intimidate ISIS."
A volunteer reportedly left the fire company after being harassed and was allowed to volunteer with other fire companies in Swatara Township.
The Georgia Tech fraternity denied the allegation.