Dyne Suh was on her way up to a cabin in Big Bear, California when the owner decided to refuse the accommodation. Why? Because she refused to rent to “foreigners” and this is “why we have Trump.”
A former Maryland teacher has won a $350,000 jury award after accusing the school system of discriminating against him because he is white.
In his lawsuit against the Prince County George’s school board, Jon Everhart alleged that a black principal forced him out of his job because of his race.
The family of a mother who faces jail time and the possibility of losing her children after leaving them in a warm car during a job interview says she “was too proud to ask for help”.
During an interview with the Daily Mail, Shanesha Taylor’s great aunt Henrietta Grant said she wished Taylor would’ve asked her to watch them.
You’re about to witness the exact definition of the phrase “pay it forward.” Comedian Magic of Rahat executed the ultimate act of kindness. Earlier this week, the internet entertainer decided to give a homeless man a winning lottery ticket.
From the looks of the video Rahat had no idea what the amount for the ticket was, and accompanied the unsuspecting man to the convenience store to find out.
Captain Phillips star Barkhad Abdi was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in the $55 million film, but was only paid $65,000 for his role.
Abdi, 28, who played Muse, the leader of a group of Somali pirates who battle Tom Hanks, is actually struggling to make ends meet.
Things are looking up for a Tennessee waitress who received a racial slur instead of a tip on the job.
Toni Jenkins works at Red Lobster in Cool Springs. A few weeks ago, someone wrote the N-word on a receipt at her table.
Instead of sweeping the incident under the rug, Jenkins went public with the matter.