While Jace Taylor’s immediate family welcomed the gay teen with open arms, it was his “second family” that betrayed him, he says.
"As a black person, I am offended," said Nathaniel Dennis, who confronted a Chicago store owner about a vest with a rebel flag print.
The manager of a Subway was fired after text messages revealed that he refused to hire a a job applicant because she was black.
"They've taken away a moment from my daughter that can never be replaced. This was her shining moment” says Amanda Dixon.
Employees at two Smoothie King locations in North Carolina were involved in racist incidents that got them fired, and their stores closed.
Olympic runner Alysia Montaño recently wrote an op-ed calling out Nike for discriminating against pregnant athletes. Thursday, she shared that ASICS reduced her contract after she gave birth as well.
“I just got sick and tired of being turned away... I had to step up and demand more action,” Robbie Esper, who is legally deaf and blind, says.
The Museum of Fine Arts issued a public apology after students complained about staff's racism during a field trip, including a staffer telling the students of color: 'no watermelon.'
A high school in California is addressing 'culturally insensitive' photos of its world language faculty in its latest yearbook.
The volunteer EMT in New York, who was wearing headwear that's an important part of the Sikh faith, says the bar committed religious discrimination.
“Cute picture,” the since-deleted Facebook comment read, “should be on the cover of Camels are us.
The student's lawsuit says she felt "humiliation" and missed out on scholarships because of the snub.
"That’s not what church is about," Jesus Martell Gonzalez says of the Iowa institution's decision to not officiate his same-sex marriage.
Charlene Lust shared a photo and video of what she found on social media. Soon thereafter, she says, she was fired.
High school students in Illinois staged a walkout on Tuesday after pictures of fellow classmates in blackface surfaced on social media over the weekend.
Photos posted to Twitter and Snapchat by fellow University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh students show the controversial displays, which include a tapestry with a swastika and a whiteboard that reads, “No Liberals, Jews, Muslims, Queers or Hmongs.”
After 17 years of happily greeting customers at a California Home Depot, Jessica Harmon was fired for reasons related to her disability.
Activists are speaking up about an allegedly discriminatory censorship policy by Facebook, which unduly punishes black users who talk about race.
A police officer in Alabama is on temporary leave for writing on Facebook that he is “seriously offended” by LGBTQ people, after a gay teen died by suicide.
Hotel guest Joshua October says he was racially profiled by the Virginia desk clerk.
The 19-year-old says that the manager told him that they "don't hire people with disabilities."
A gay couple in Wisconsin says their landlord is threatening to evict them if they don't take down their rainbow flag.