"He basically said get that little 'blank' up off the floor. The N word started to get thrown around," a witness who asked to remain anonymous told KCTV.
Over 200 students staged a walkout at an Oregon junior high school this week after school administrators failed to properly address an incident in which an 8th grader was handed a post-it note with racial slur.
While scrolling through Instagram, fashion blogger Valerie Eguavoen saw a photo from Revolve’s most recent press trip to Thailand, and noticed that there wasn't a single influencer with a dark complexion on the trip.
The staff holiday photo of the Georgia Corrections Department in a cotton field has raised the ire of many on social media.
American Eagle listed a screw cuff bracelet on its website and sold the product in stores, but some shoppers noted that the accessory resembles a slave shackle.
You wouldn’t be able to say that about any other group of people (and kids are people), so why do people say it about children?"
Facebook user Daniell Rider posted a photo to Hobby Lobby’s Facebook page, of a vase of cotton flowers displayed in a Texas store. She captioned it, “This decor is WRONG on SO many levels. There is nothing decorative about raw cotton... A commodity which was gained at the expense of African-American slaves. ..."
Earlier this week, transgender model Munroe Bergdorf became the first trans woman to front a L'Oréal U.K. campaign. Her dream has quickly come to an end as L'Oréal just announced it is ending its partnership with the activist/model because of her Facebook rant about racism.
Naomi Campbell subtly criticized a diversity problem at Vogue U.K. by sharing a photo of the editorial staff hired under their ex editor-in-chief.
When Brigette Diez Kerr's 7-year-old daughter Concetta asked for braids to look like her black friend, the mom was hesitant.
"The video was supposed to show our love, but now it has become a symbol of something that is wrong in our society."
Swiss beauty blogger Chanel Brusco slammed for racially offensive words. After viewers slammed a beauty blogger’s “chocolate challenge” as blackface last week, another blogger is being dragged on Twitter for an offensive review of K-beauty brand Glorious. Swiss beauty blogger Chanel Brusco, also known as Cocomadkilla, opened her review saying, “Many of us don’t understand the ‘Ching Chongs’ with black hair and funny clothes (hihi).