One former line cook at Guy Fieri's restaurant at Westmoreland Mall Casino, PA, alleges a manager called him a racial slur while at work.
We will never solve the problems of racism, inequality and discrimination with the same destructive impulses that got us here in the first place.
The white female officer was jailed for shooting Black man Botham Jean in his own apartment in September 2018, having mistakenly entered the residence.
The CEO of a Virginia food bank said a worker had been fired for conduct that "goes directly against our values and beliefs" after being captured on video telling her Black neighbor that she was "not the right color."
On April 20, the Detectives' Endowment Association filed suit against Terrell Harper on behalf of member Vincent Chung.
News outlets like the Washington Post frequently lecture Americans about white privilege, systemic racism and other social ills.
The freshmen Democratic congressman said keeping Washington, D.C.'s 700,000 residents without full representation is "unconscionable."
Edward James Tyson was repeatedly assaulted by David Clarence Dawkins, who used the "N" word, at the northern Michigan bar.
St. Cloud Police Chief Blair Anderson is calling for police reform but says the current proposals are leaving out the voices of law enforcement officials and are "going to get people killed."
Now that the trial of Derek Chauvin has resulted in the jury finding the former police officer guilty on three charges, we can see how far our nation has come since the Rodney King beating.
A study found that state police agencies upheld only 49 of the nearly 3,500 racial profiling allegations submitted from 2016 to 2019.
The school's administration has condemned the lecturer's comments, which were made to students in a virtual writing class.
A flyer from two professors about their colleague reads "this racist college professor thought it would be a great idea to help start a Tennessee Tech chapter of this national hate group where racist students."
The Fall River Police Department said the officer "inadvertently" posted a statement to the department's Facebook account that appeared to show support for Chauvin and criticize George Floyd.
"Guess what—all lives f***ing matter. Black lives don't f***ing matter," the man said.
A new poll found 81 percent of Asian Americans believed attacks against them were on the rise in the U.S.
The conservative talk show host tweeted and then deleted a post that included a gif of Black tribesmen apparently dancing in celebration along with the word: "Guilty!"
Burt Colucci is accused of pointing a loaded gun at a Black man and threatening to kill him, police say.
One result of these patterns is the Left's distortion of any discussion about the relationship between the issues of border security, immigration and voter integrity.
The teacher from Lamar Elementary School in Greenville, Texas, sent the image to the 10-year-old's mother.
I believe there are good people in this country who are ready for change. We saw of them on the jury in the Derek Chauvin trial. It's time for the rest of America to take note. It's time for you to make my grandmother proud. She's been waiting her whole life.
When the sixth grader explained to the bus driver that his face mask had fallen because he was out of breath from running to the bus, the driver told him, "Since George Floyd, that's what you all say, but I don't see a knee on your neck."
Will UN ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield's indictment of America help the Biden administration advance the cause of human rights around the world?
"What this says to me is that in order to get a nominal degree of justice in this country, that a Black man has to be murdered, on air, viewed by the entire world," Johnson said in response to the guilty verdict.
"It's borrowed precisely from the Ku Klux Klan of the 1930s and 1920s when the Klan would march outside of courthouses and threatened all kinds of reprisals if the jury ever dared convict a white person or acquit a black person," Dershowitz said.
"But maybe it's not even Covid. I'm thinking it's just Cat Scratch Fever. Yes, karma has a sense of humor," Takei tweeted, making reference to Nugent's song of the same name.
The alleged incidents took place at a California park in Orange County, which has seen a tenfold increase in hate incident reports in 2020, according to Orange County Human Relations.
The racist flyers appeared to be a mock-up of a real poster from 1855 that advertized a "Great Sale of Slaves."
Conversations with parents, students and teachers reveal that even self-described liberals and lifelong Democrats are extremely alarmed by what they see as dogmatic classroom activism and outright discrimination.