The DOJ accused Yale of using race as a determinative factor in hundreds of its admissions decisions each year.
Deidre Jackson filed a complaint after she says she was unlawfully terminated from her job at the Space Coast Office of Tourism.
New Poll Shows Protests Triggered By Death Of George Floyd Are Swaying Public Opinion On Racial Inequity
The majority of American voters now believe that America has a race problem.
Partygoers in a Florida town say local police were racially motivated when they busted up their block party and made multiple arrests.
Amira Donahue, 16, who unexpectedly became the center of the racial controversy, also quit her job citing a hostile work environment.
Michael Fesser was awarded $600,000 from the West Linn Police Department after they unlawfully surveilled him in retaliation for a workplace complaint.
Detroit Man Says He Was Discriminated Against When Trying To Cash Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Checks
Sauntore Thomas says he is a victim of "banking while Black."
Shannon Phillips, who was a regional manager at Starbucks, believes she would still have her job if she were not white.
The study, which is the first of it’s kind to use both national data and achievement data, was conducted by Vanderbilt and the University of Florida, and published in the Harvard Educational Review.
The three-year review focuses on the internal work being done to address the rampant racial discrimination that has long been reported to infest Airbnbs.
A Mississippi business owner is now walking back comments she made about certain couples who go against her "Christian beliefs."
Last year, a federal judge ruled that the five Black dancers were subject to worse working conditions than their White colleagues.
Karone Robinson says he began to have issues at the Darien, Georgia Police Department after he went public with his interracial relationship.
UPS is being accused of enabling and encouraging a culture of racism at a Maumee, Ohio, facility where employees of color were subject to racist acts.
General Motors Offers $25,000 Reward To Capture Those Behind Racist Graffiti, Hanging Nooses At Plant
A General Motors plant in Toledo faced accusations of racial discrimination two years ago after Black employees found nooses hanging on plant grounds, as well as graffiti that read "Whites Only" in restrooms.
Walmart shopper Patricia Fulford accused the retailer of racial profiling after she had to wait ten minutes for the Black hair care items to be unlocked so she could complete her shopping.