North Carolina supporters of President Trump screamed "white power" and "f**k Black lives" during a parade organized by local Alamance County GOP backers.
Dr P.J. Parmar was dropping off some equipment at his own property in Aurora, Colorado, when he was confronted by a police officer brandishing a gun.
The school district's superintendent opted to postpone the game in the interest of keeping students safe, after the violent and racially motivated social media posts began circulating.
While out for a jog at the beach, a woman called the police on three Black joggers, claiming she was attacked. One of the women filmed her, making racist generalizations.
An attorney for Jermaine Ware said his client faced different kinds of workplace discrimination and harassment.
A panel of white women all named "Karen" appeared on a United Kingdom television show Monday morning in which they blamed the media and anti-racism protests for unfairly stigmatizing their monikers.
The woman raised her eyebrows and said, "Show me your papers, mariposa," a Spanish slur for homosexual.
Just over three-quarters (76 percent) of respondents to the new poll said they believe the country is currently "out of control."
Cannon already hit back at ViacomCBS after his firing.
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters said President Donald Trump's pardon of Roger Stone and his supporters' criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement showed there are truly two separate systems of justice in the United States.
"You don't have a right to come in here," the white man, identified on social media as William Beasley, can be heard saying.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is assisting with the review of the incident involving former officers from California's Long Beach Police Department.
The Santa Fe Police Department has classified the incident as a hate crime and is working with the local FBI to locate the perpetrators.
"There is nothing more important to me than your respect, and I apologize to those who were genuinely hurt or offended by the makeup I wore or the words I spoke," the late night show host said.
Statue of the U.S.' first leader targeted in Baltimore amid nationwide anti-racism protests.
A descendant of one of the women who portrayed Aunt Jemima spoke out against the company's decision to rebrand the pancake mix and syrup products.
The woman ranting in the video has been dubbed a "Karen," a popular insult for a specific type of person, by several people on social media.
He offered a scathing rebuke Saturday of Chinese government officials and their country's state-run media outlets for producing "obscene propaganda" that looks to capitalize on U.S. civil unrest.
The man allegedly shouted something to the effect of "Go back to your country; that's where it all started" at two Asian women wearing protective masks on a bus in Vancouver, Canada.
A Chinese ambassador concurred with the former secretary of state's recent remark that President Donald Trump is "turning to racist rhetoric" to distract from his administration's coronavirus response failures.
Morgan State journalism professor Jason Johnson claimed "racist, liberal white" Americans support Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and drew backlash Friday for saying only "misfit black girls" defend his campaign.
"He felt the policy was executed well under Mayor Giuliani," Marc Short told CNN.
"What is this stuff that he's condemning stop-and-frisk?" Trump's personal lawyer asked.
The number of reported police stops per year increased by about 700 percent in New York City from 2002 to 2011, when Bloomberg was mayor.
The president, who has been accused of making racist remarks, attempted to jump on the billionaire businessman as #BloombergIsRacist trended on Twitter.
Neo-Nazis filmed themselves drinking milk to show off their ability to process lactose, presumably unaware that the same mutations have emerged among other non-European populations.
After Trump tweeted thanking "Indian Country," a debate started online about whether it was an offensive term.
"Expulsion?" one Twitter user asked.
A journalist claimed that a Southwest flight attendant threatened to have his wife removed from a flight.
The racist clause was tucked away in a document outlining covenants, conditions and restrictions and dates back to 1947—a year before the Supreme Court ruled racially restrictive covenants were invalid.