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.
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.
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."
"If you don't like it, just don't come here again," said the manager of Uncle Billy's Antique Mall in Pensacola, Florida.
Lisa Boyer, the principal of Friendship Elementary School in Glen Rock, Pa., wore blackface to dress as the comedian Steve Harvey during an all-white staff meeting. She and the district have released statements of apology.
Officer Gary Steele made a Snapchat video mocking a young girl he and his partner had pulled over. The video of Ariel Moore, 24, was captioned "What Black Girl Magic Looks Like" and "Celebrating Black History Month."