An Airbnb host in Vancouver, Canada, has been accused of refusing accommodation to a black man after claiming her building had a "no blacks" rule.
"This is a random, despicable criminal act against a member of the Sikh community," Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson said.
The incident took place on a bus.
“I did write it. I don’t have an explanation. I made a mistake. There is no excuse for what I did.”
"There is no place for bigotry or racism on our campuses," Georgia Southern University President Shelley C. Nickel has said.
The 20-year-old waiter who received the nasty note said he hoped to shed a light on racism and ignite a conversation to make "real change happen."
Imoan Kinshasa told Newsweek that Facebook's decision to block her prompted her to start an anti-racism blog.
“The man asked if me and my little girl had showered before getting into the pool because people carry diseases into the pools and he doesn’t want the health department to shut the pool down.”
The woman claimed she was not being racist toward Jewish people because Judaism is not a race.
There was a special significance to Dungey bringing down the ax on "Roseanne."
Incident took place in Texas.
“I am sure they meant no harm and that was the boys just being boys,” DeeAnn Fitzpatrick’s manager said.
The rapper invited a concertgoer to join him onstage to rap his 2012 hit “m.A.A.d city,” but after the white fan sung the N-word several times Lamar stopped and scolded her.
James Ochoa said the woman followed him back to work and pulled a gun on him.
The photo depicted the Telfair County High School tennis team on a school bus, reportedly after the team lost in the state tournament.
"I don't care if she's OK with it—I don't like that word and I'm not down with it," said Maurice McKnight, a porn star who acts under the name Moe the Monster.
So began the attorney’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.