Two Confederate monuments, one of which celebrated a rebel general and possibly the Ku Klux Klan’s first grand wizard, were removed Wednesday night in Tennessee.
This is one department where White Houses don't look to overachieve.
Apple has refunded a Chinese woman after the device failed to distinguish her from her colleague, who is also Chinese.
White people almost single-handedly elected a homophobic, anti-Muslim accused child molester to the Alabama Senate.
A major part of the problem is a lack of black journalists in newsrooms across the country.
“The alt-right views the Klan as past its prime,” a hate groups expert said.
College professors across the nation are tackling whiteness and challenging white supremacy with new courses designed to create conversation.
Trump is scapegoating minorities and publicly shaming people for exercising their civil rights, says Brian Klass.
As America grapples with the fallout from racist violence in Charlottesville, furries across the land are dealing with their own Nazi problem.
There will be parades and cultural events to celebrate Afro-Brazilian culture.
Axel Alonso is out at Marvel, and the comics giant has replaced him with C.B. Cebulski, editor on 'The Runaways' and global-minded creative.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration will open on April 26, 2018.
Doctors are much more likely to prescribe opioid medication to white patients than their black and Latino counterparts.
“Little black kids walk in and you don’t have candy for them, but you have candy for the white kids. This is unacceptable, here or anywhere.”
Frank Nucera Jr., a former New Jersey police chief, has said he'd like to be on a firing squad to "mow down" black people.
Police arrested Brianna Rae Brochu and charged the University of Hartford student after her roommate found out that she was violating her stuff and posting about it online.
Fonda said the public would have responded differently if Weinstein's accusers had been women of color.
Writer and graphic novelist Saladin Ahmed noticed the picture on a Corn Pops box and tweeted the cereal company.
"I do know that he has supported and continues to retweet white supremacists on his Twitter account," Noah told the BBC.
South Africa has a long history of racial segregation.
The Leo fraternity, which adopted a diversity policy last year, denies the accusations.