Several public figures in the Asian American community have spoken about the links between racism and the objectification of Asian women.
Baker, the director of communications for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, reportedly promoted shirts that blamed China for the COVID-19 pandemic.
People are being urged to use the phrase "Stop Asian Hate" to show their solidarity instead of "Asian Lives Matter."
Queen Elizabeth II showed her commitment to racial diversity when she danced with Ghana's president in 1961—at the height of the civil rights movement in America.
At least eight people were killed in three shootings in Atlanta, with several victims identified as being of Asian descent.
Our accountability culture demands public apology, but I see no pathways to forgiveness, no doorways to mercy.
Prince Harry has spoken to his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles since Meghan shocked the world with royal racism allegations—and CBS' Gayle King has provided an update.
Gore said the Byhalia oil pipeline project is racist and told South Memphis protesters that it will poison the local water supply.
The father of a Pakistani army captain who Prince Harry called a "P***" has said: "I don't think the UK people or the royal family are racists."
Fourth graders at Waxhaw Elementary School were asked to write tweets that people living in North Carolina during the Civil War might have posted.
The French satirical magazine sparked fury on Twitter with a cartoon showing Meghan Markle saying she 'couldn't breathe' as Queen Elizabeth II kneels on her neck.
The man told the Asian gas station owner to go "back to China" during the tirade in Oakland.
The graffiti appeared days after the restaurant's owner appeared on CNN to oppose Texas Governor Greg Abbott's decision to lift the state's mask mandate.
The 44-year-old has suggested his use of a racial epithet at a high school game was partly due to his blood sugar levels.
The White House press secretary said Biden had expressed concern about Trump's "provoking of hate speech."
In the aftermath of Harry and Meghan's interview with Oprah Winfrey, photos of Prince William and his wife Kate being carried on thrones in the South Pacific went viral after William denied the royal family was racist.
Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey the royals 'literally cut me off financially' but the vast majority of British people support the move, according to exclusive polling for Newsweek.
President Joe Biden's call for an end to hate crimes against Asian Americans amid the COVID-19 pandemic was made " in stark contrast to the former President who made racist remarks like 'Kung Flu' that inflamed prejudices against Asian Americans," according to Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.).
Prince William was asked whether the royals are a "racist family" during a visit to a school—in his first comments on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all interview.
The royal family has a long history of racism scandals from Prince Philip's gaffe's to a Nazi sympathetic king, a Blackamoor brooch and Prince Andrew's jokes about camels.
"The experience of Black women entering institutions which they find unwelcoming is far too common," Marcus Ryder told Newsweek.
"My heart breaks for you, son," Mississippi pastor Shane Vaughn said in a video addressing Prince Harry, urging the prince to "quit letting Jezebel" Meghan Markle turn him into a "pauper."
The song, which was first performed in 1903 by white students in Blackface, came under scrutiny last summer as students and athletes viewed its historical connotation as having racist ties.
The prevalence of hate crimes against Asians at the national level remains difficult to measure.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal racism allegations will leave suspicion hanging over Britain's next two heads of state unless the accused is named by the palace, campaigners say.
Anti-racism campaigners say Meghan's bombshell interview, and the reaction to it, show how entrenched racism is in the U.K.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview was broadcast in Britain last night—prompting calls for a royal apology over racism allegations.
In a bombshell interview, Meghan revealed that when she was pregnant with her son Archie, there were "concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born."
Few are willing to speak out against it for fear of being labeled racists or white supremacists. Asian Americans, however, have emerged as a powerful voice against this pernicious ideology.