A public high school in Arkansas is under fire after cheerleaders lifted a banner at a football game featuring President Donald Trump's campaign slogan and the words, "Trump the Leopards."
Oklahoma City TV news anchor Alex Housden apologized to her black coworker Jason Hackett for joking that he resembles a gorilla.
Mariana Atencio planned to "represent our people" with her outfit at the White House Correspondents Dinner. However, a higher-up told her not to look "too Latina."
The posters depict a cartoon of U.S. Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ayanna Pressley. Above the illustration are the words, "Send them back."
"We're a totally peaceful racist group," the National Straight Pride coalition head said, to laughter from the crowd.
Cherokee Guns is gaining attention online for its billboard calling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar “idiots.”
John Canesa, the owner of Canesa's Brooklyn Heros in Clayton, Calif., is facing backlash after sharing a promotion on Facebook, which offered a free side to anyone who said "send her back" while ordering.
A Tim Hortons employee insulted the couple, who are Muslim and Algerian-American, and told them, "This isn't your country. Go back to your country. I thought you had your papers."
A 24-year-old personal trainer left her job without warning after a controversial conversation between her manager and the CEO resurfaced.
When it appeared as though authorities weren’t going to take action, a Canadian man removed the Nazi flag from the home and burned it in a live video streamed on Facebook.
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.