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Aaron Schlossberg, the New York City attorney who was caught on camera spewing a vicious racist rant last week, has now issued an apology on social media.
The Georgia governor's race is on fire and has become one of the most highly anticipated political contests in the nation.
Apparently, being a credentialed photographer and asking to take pictures is another reason to call the cops if said photog is Black.
Travelers of color are concerned, afraid, and want solutions to the bias that seems to revolve around Airbnb hosts and neighbors of hosts.
A high school principal in New Jersey has issued an apology for planning a "Party like it is 1776" prom theme. The local NAACP chapter has weighed in on the issue.
46-year-old Kendra Jackson is proof that a rough start in life can be overcome. Desptie being in and out of foster care, a stint in prison, and alcohol addiction, Jackson has earned a college degree.
The life of Tamir Rice, who was gunned down by police at just 12 years old in 2014, is being honored with a cultural center that will be a safe place for Black kids in Cleveland, OH.
Online activists had time today to lay a digital smackdown to Aaron Schlossberg, the white lawyer whose racist rant at a New York restaurant has gone viral.
Oakland activists converged on city hall yesterday to to demand the arrest of the white woman who called police on a Black family barbecuing in a popular park.
Black Panther bae Michael B. Jordan was not in the mood to exchange the Wakanda greeting with a "colonizer" during an interview with an Australian journalist.
Add pushing a sick kid in a stroller to the long list of "suspicious" behavior of Black folks. Tuck that somewhere in between napping, renting an Airbnb and sitting in a Starbucks.
Yale president Peter Salovey issued a statement on Thursday outlining actions he has taken in the wake of the Sarah Braasch incident and what he hopes happens moving forward.
Two websites theGrio cited that hosted content by Sarah Braasch have distanced themselves from her words and Braasch herself.
When Sarah Braasch called the police on Lolade Siyonbola for falling asleep in the common room of the Yale residence hall where they both live, she probably did not expect to be at the center of a viral social media story, but that's what happened.
Here are five things to know about Sarah Braasch, the woman who called the police on a fellow Yale graduate student for taking a nap in a common room. 
Yale's Vice President of Student Life, Kimberly Goff-Crews issued a statement to students yesterday in response to the #NappingWhileBlack incident that occurred in a residence hall earlier this week.
A protest took a shocking turn on Tuesday when two women were arrested for allegedly throwing ashes at LAPD Chief Charlie Beck. According to reports, Sheila Hines-Brim was protesting the death of Wakiesha Wilson, her niece who died while in...
Writer Kia Morgan-Smith explains that legendary powerhouse Debbie Allen has many talents, but none of them is to entertain you with her pain as the Bill Cosby and #MeToo stories abound.
Chris Brown may be back in legal trouble thanks to a new lawsuit from a woman who claims she was sexually assaulted at his home during a drug-filled party. According to TMZ, Gloria Allred is representing the accuser who is...