A recent report found New York City had seen an 833 percent annual increase in reported anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic.
"Remember that your ancestors likely went through similar or even worse incidents," the school wrote on under a list of Anti-Asian racism resources it provided in response to the rise in racist attacks against Asian Americans.
The incident trails a series of similar hateful and violent acts targeting Asian American people across the U.S. recently.
The Syrian man who sought asylum in Germany was running for a spot in the Bundestag in the Green Party.
Local and federal leaders spoke out against the ongoing increase in violence and hate targeting the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities this week, as videos emerged of two new attacks in New York City.
After the Oprah interview, our trustees immediately said that we needed to show solidarity and support Meghan, regardless of any comeback. And we did that.
"We will see the same old racist defense for police violence: the big, bad Black man who resisted arrest and caused his own death," the author said about comments made by Chauvin's attorney Eric Nelson in his opening statement.
John Doran was found to have violated New Hampshire's Civil Rights Act for a gas station incident last summer that saw him shout racial slurs at a Black family before threatening to douse one of the family members with gasoline and set him on fire.
"Blacks captured and sold blacks as slaves," Indiana state Rep. Jim Lucas, a Republican, said during a recent exchange with a Black surgeon on Facebook. "Slavery is vile and repugnant, but has, and is tragically a way of humanity."
Scholastic announced its decision to pull Pilkey's 2010 book, "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk," from circulation because it "perpetuates passive racism."
I have no brief for Derek Chauvin. What I saw on the video was inexcusable. But I do have a brief for the fair application of law to every defendant, even those whose conduct I abhor.
Dav Pilkey's 2010 graphic novel "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future" will no longer be published and all copies in circulation are set to be returned.
In a newspaper ad published Sunday, seven media industry executives alleged that Barra's refusal to engage in business meetings was an example of systemic racism.
The Ohio township trustee unbuttoned his shirt to send a message about racism and the clip of it has gone viral.
Both Osbourne and Morgan had been accused of racism for their comments following Oprah Winfrey's interview of Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex.
"You've taught him to make excuses that nothing is his fault. This is what Black people do, this is what Black people do. White people do it too, but Black people do it way more," the teacher allegedly said.
The comments left on the 12-year-old girl's TikTok video included "White lives matter", "TRUMP 2020," "pick my cotton I need some more" and "I AM A PROUD MEMBER ON THE KKK".
Conversations about racial disparities allow us to refine our national character, but one disparity has been met with almost absolute silence: the impact of abortion on minority communities.
Collins has apologized for her 2016 anti-Asian tweets, but insisted they were taken out of context.
The police report said Ballance was "behaving in an erratic and tumultuous manner." Authorities arrested her after she refused to follow police commands to stop yelling at the Black women.
Stephanie Denaro believes the conspiracy theory that COVID-19 is a hoax to convince people to use absentee ballots to steal the election from former President Donald Trump.
The best way to stop these crimes, no matter what motivated them, is to bolster police forces and prosecute offenders to the fullest extent of the law.
"Now that [he] is gone makes it one less Asian to put up with," the letter said. "Watch out! Pack your bags and go back to your country where you belong!"
"I'm angry. I'm scared. I'm sad that for so long the people in my community have felt like the right thing to do is to be silent and not cause a scene," Deaton wrote.
Christine Davitt has come under fire for resurfaced tweets as Alexi McCammond steps away from her editor-in-chief role.
"Loitering" local officers and gun-toting Trump supporters were among the isolated incidents that Black Southern voters cited from last November.
The song's creator wrote the poem as an impassioned plea for Maryland to secede from the Union and join the Confederate battle to continue slavery, a literary historian wrote.
The Washington Democrat said the rhetoric of the Trump administration still had an impact.