A now-viral Facebook post claims black men were denied entry for alleged dress code violations — but white patrons wore hoodies without incident.
The 49-year-old supermodel was "uncomfortable" being the "only black model in a show of 70 girls."
An employee of a Savannah, Ga., sheriff’s office was fired after he was caught in a racist rant on video at a McDonald's.
A teacher at a Long Island middle school is under investigation for allegedly telling students to write a "funny" caption underneath photos of slavery.
After Native American college student Kayde Langer found a racist note left on her door, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire students are calling for the culprit to be expelled.
A public high school in Arkansas is under fire after cheerleaders lifted a banner at a football game featuring President Donald Trump's campaign slogan and the words, "Trump the Leopards."
A former NFL player allegedly painted racist slurs on the walls and destroyed his Georgia business in an attempt to stage a fake hate crime and burglary.
Four Colorado State University students, who wore blackface in a photo, will not face punishment. According to university officials, they are practicing their First Amendment rights.
The top-ranked 17-year-old swimmer, who is expected to compete at the collegiate level in the future, was the only athlete disqualified at the meet, despite wearing the same swimsuit as her teammates.
New details emerge as Yahoo Lifestyle speaks to black Old Navy employees who are accusing the store of discrimination during a taping of Netflix's "Queer Eye."
Barwest, a popular bar and restaurant in Sacramento, recently posted a new dress code, in which sweats, chains, grills, baggy clothes, and "gang colors" and "solid color t-shirts" are banned after 10 p.m.
Dior appears to have scrubbed all traces of the ad from social media.
The Unity Bar features four types of chocolate and was meant to symbolize India standing "united in its diversity." However, some social media users think the confection missed the mark.
Oklahoma City TV news anchor Alex Housden apologized to her black coworker Jason Hackett for joking that he resembles a gorilla.
A Black employee's African statues were reportedly beheaded, but investigators believe it was a freak occurrence.
An African-American man filed a $500,000 lawsuit on Monday against a part-owner of a Portland bar and a security company after he was denied entry for wearing "too many" chain necklaces.
Four people made the offensive hand gestures on a roller coaster at Universal Studios Orlando.
The Diocese of Memphis is denying any racial discrimination, blaming the priest's "kind racist" dog for not allowing LaShundra Allen to do her job.
Nickiea Johnson says the confrontation kicked off after the woman bumped her cart into Johnson in the checkout line.
Jerri Kelly of Wynne, Arkansas was arrested for holding four fundraising teen boys at gunpoint because she felt "threatened."
Mariana Atencio planned to "represent our people" with her outfit at the White House Correspondents Dinner. However, a higher-up told her not to look "too Latina."