BBC Radio presenter Danny Baker said he "would have used same stupid pic for any other royal birth" and denied accusations of racism.
The man was caught out after he sent the offensive image to a former Marine who reported it and told him not to "send me Nazi s***."
The students in question, who cannot be identified by gender, race, or grade to protect their privacy, allegedly used the "N-word" on a "private social media account which was viewed by "many" in the school community.
The meteorologist reacted to a photo of a black park ranger in the Democratic Republic of Congo with two gorillas.
In an article for The Player's Tribune, Utah Jazz sharpshooter Kyle Korver recently addressed his privilege as a white man.
The referee who forced a high school wrestler to either cut his dreadlocks or forfeit a match is now claiming that he was defamed and is owed $100,000 in damages.
The magazine's ode to diversity is getting backlash, with many citing Johansson's past involvement in Hollywood whitewashing.
A beauty brand has issued an apology to Woods for sharing a meme that poked fun at her natural hair and her cheating scandal with Tristan Thompson.
A judge called the women's claims against a black man working at their local park "disgusting and a waste of the court's time and resources."
The handwritten assignment included a prompt that read, "Your family owns slaves. Create a list of expectations for your family's slaves."
"I'm angry as hell that my daughter was not allowed to represent Black History Month," said the tearful New Jersey mom.
The expected task is to research and present an African-American historical figure, and students are encouraged to wear costumes depicting the icon.
One protester said the crackdown supports the "criminalization of black men on campus."
A seventh grader was asked to cover up a shirt that teachers found offensive, but the girl's parents say the shirt touts a message of anti-discrimination.
"American society tells men, but especially white men, that their opinions have merit and that their voice is valuable, but after four years of listening to white boys in college, I am not so convinced," wrote student Leda Fisher.
Jada Pinkett Smith is her own woman. From the start of her acting career to marriage and motherhood, she’s never let anyone else define who she is and what she can do, enabling her to pursue acting, producing, music, philanthropy and raising a family all on her own terms. As she puts it, “It’s just a matter of really having the courage to create the life that’s specific to you and no one else.” You can’t tell me what being a woman means for me and what that looks like. You’re not allowed to tell me what my motherhood should look like. ...