Following a panel describing what it means to be Black and an immigrant, anonymous, racist questions popped up behind the panelists.
Jace Colucci, the only Black student on Westside High School team, found the disturbing image on the board of the guest locker room
St. Gertrude High School says disciplinary action has been taken against a student who donned a brown face mask in a Snapchat and captioned it with the N-word.
A notice of claim signaled the parents' intent to sue Longwood Central School District for $12 million, over the problematic photo.
The teacher at Blades Elementary School in St. Louis gave students an in-class assignment where they were instructed to set a price for a slave.
The Craigslist ad, which included a racial slur, showed an image of the teen's Black classmate with the caption "Slave for sale."
A group of adults and children were asked to change their seats because a regular customer did not want to sit next to Black people.
Blackface is not a costume. It's racism.
The officers showed "poor judgment," Galveston Police Chief Vernon L. Hale III said.
Christopher Crivolio of St. Louis, Missouri, pleaded guilty to one count of identity theft in the racist rejections.
"I think the word has really gone down a long way because everybody’s called a racist now," the President said during a C-SPAN interview.
CNN anchor Victor Blackwell pushes back against Trump's tweets about Baltimore in a passionate response.
The House of Representatives descended into drama on Tuesday amidst a vote to condemn Donald Trump's racist language.
Curtis Anthony, a Black employee with Boeing in South Carolina, claims that his colleagues urinated on his workspace, used the N-word and hung a noose near his desk.
Mayor Tonga Turner insisted she wasn't resigning because of the racist bullying, with her spokesperson saying she wanted more time with family.
In an agreement with the state of New York, The Chapel School in Bronxville will take measures to diversify its student body and faculty after a teacher was fired for holding a mock slave auction.
The group of Black and Brown students from Helen Y. Davis Leadership Academy were followed around by security guards and told by staff "no food, no water, no watermelon."