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."
The posters depict a cartoon of U.S. Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ayanna Pressley. Above the illustration are the words, "Send them back."
"We're a totally peaceful racist group," the National Straight Pride coalition head said, to laughter from the crowd.
According to one member of a conservative political organization, the inclusion of slides on "white privilege" and "racism" is a sign that the "liberal left is running the school systems."
Activists are petitioning an Elizabeth N.J. school board to rename Ronald Reagan Academy School Number 30 following the “insensitive, racist” remarks Reagan made on a phone call with Richard Nixon.
After being tied up in court for years, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the officer, by calling his use of handcuffs on the not-quite-4-foot, 50-pound boy a “reasonable course of action" because of qualified immunity.
A South Carolina high school student was expelled and arrested over racist videos, including one of him shooting a box of sneaker box and saying, “I hate black people.”
A man sent an email to a local Florida news station threatening an African-American manager of a hotel.
Naomi Campbell says she was racially profiled at a French hotel during the Cannes Film Festival.
The TSA agents, who work at Miami International Airport, hung the "offensive display" in a workstation.
Cherokee Guns is gaining attention online for its billboard calling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar “idiots.”
Felicia Layton, a 21-year-old kinesiology student and employee of an on-campus daycare, shared in a Facebook post on Thursday that she was sent home from work for wearing the back of her hair wrapped in a headscarf.
A Michigan restaurant co-owner has left the business after it was discovered that his personal Facebook page was riddled with racist memes, jokes and posts.
The elderly sisters from Florida wrote a private apology to the Burger King manager they told to "go back to Mexico" in viral video.
My Pingu TV aired a cartoon about a white angel who is punished for breaking a rule and must live as an "ugly" black woman.
John Canesa, the owner of Canesa's Brooklyn Heros in Clayton, Calif., is facing backlash after sharing a promotion on Facebook, which offered a free side to anyone who said "send her back" while ordering.
A Tim Hortons employee insulted the couple, who are Muslim and Algerian-American, and told them, "This isn't your country. Go back to your country. I thought you had your papers."
Amy Wax, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, allegedly said during a panel discussion on immigration that the U.S. would be better off with “more whites and fewer nonwhites.”
Cincinnati real estate agent Jerry Isham and his client Anthony Edwards sued the police for illegally searching them during a home viewing appointment.
“I am so sorry for whoever wrote this, you have so much hate in your heart that you let it bleed into the lives of others,” wrote Gina Miller in a Facebook post.
On Tuesday, the restaurant shared a dress code on their Facebook page, restricting "sagging" pants and clothing with "gang affiliation," which swiftly faced backlash.
The family says that after they left the Nike store with the basketball they had purchased, the manager followed them outside, demanding that they "return the ball you stole."
The store clerk also threatened the customers that “ICE will come,” adding that they were “in the wrong country.”