Race Forward Research Insititute Director Dom Apollon reveals their eye-opening findings about the future of racial bias in the workplace under a Trump presidency.
“The way I look at it, that’s another piece of trash off the street,” William Ronald Pulliam said after killing 15-year-old James Harvey Means.
It is not lost on DuVernay that stocks for private prisons rose 50 percent the day after Donald Trump was elected.
Virginia resident Ben McBride put his life on the line to stand up for a Black woman he felt was treated unfairly during a routine traffic stop by White police officers in Richmond.
Gretna is known for its racial profiling. Now, National Geographic is exploring how this injustice is continuing to happen.
Alabama Police Officer Indicted On Murder Charges In Beating And Shooting Death Of Unarmed Black Man
Officer Aaron Smith, 23, reportedly approached 58-year-old Greg Gunn because he 'looked suspicious.'
The filmmaker extraordinaire had a few words for the reality-star-turned-President-elect.
“Yesterday a middle school science teacher at Harlem Park Elementary/Middle School engaged in verbally abusive behavior and made racially charged comments directed at students,” Baltimore City Public Schools said in a statement. “The teacher involved in the incident is no longer employed by City Schools.”
White racial anxiety is real, it’s divisive and it has given permission to a nation to exclude people of color in ways that many may not intend.
People are wearing safety pins to mark themselves as a safe space for those feeling vulnerable after the election of Donald Trump.
Screenshots show messages with photos of lynchings, claims to love Trump and use of the n-word.
The North St. Louis Police Department has some explaining to do.
Eleven white jurors and one Black juror will be present to try former officer Michael Slager in the fatal shooting of 50-year-old unarmed Black father, Walter Scott.
KKK supporters take aim at Kansas Police Chief LeRoy McConico.
All seemed well before the awards show, but the cries of country music fans may have been enough to cause the organization to delete all evidence of Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks’ performance.
Weezy blamed his controversial comments on 'Nightline''s interview questions, but the damage has been done.