Opposition to reparations has been widespread, and the results of a recent poll shows that sentiment has not changed much.
Latest research from YouGov shows a significant divide, along both racial and political lines about the topic.
A former employee and ex-lover of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has come forward with accusations of racism against the mogul.
In her lawsuit, Maiko Maya King claims the Clippers owner fired her after she rejected “a stream of racist and sexist taunts.”
The NBA brought formal charges against Donald Sterling on Monday. The Los Angeles Clippers owner was accused of damaging the league and its teams with his racist comments.
A hearing, slated for June 3rd, gives owners the chance to terminate Sterling’s ownership of the team with a vote.
For its third installment, the “Hidden Colors” docuseries is tackling racism head on. The series takes a look at the cultural history of African Americans, through the lens of identity and race in America.
But “Hidden Colors 3” goes beyond the traditional narrative of lynchings and race relations in the country, by offering an in-depth look at “The Rules of Racism.”
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder told graduates during a commencement address at Morgan State University that subtle, everyday racism within the criminal justice system especially, is far more harmful than racist outbursts.
He used examples such as those by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy. He referred to the remarks made by the men as “occasional, jarring reminders of discrimination–and the isolated, repugnant, racist views–that in some places have yet to be overcome,” but are only a chip of the actual problem.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has issued an apology for racist remarks made during a recorded conversation with his former girlfriend V. Stiviano.
On Sunday, Sterling apologized for the entire ordeal calling it a “terrible mistake.”
Kim Kardashian is worried about racism.
The reality star posted an essay on her website were she discusses how she felt about racism and discrimination before she had baby North with rapper Kanye West, and how she feels now:
California state government departments will be prohibited from displaying or selling items that carry the Confederate flag.
The state’s Assembly passed the bill Monday.
An upstate New York politician referred to MSNBC news anchor Melissa Harris-Perry as a “damned dirty ape” on Twitter.
The remark, made by Jim Coughlan, the Dutchess County controller and candidate for state Senate, was in response to remarks she made about child-rearing that upset many conservatives.
An Arizona teacher has filed a lawsuit against the Tempe Union High School District after students at Ahwatukee’s Desert Vista High School racially discriminated against her.
The suit, filed by Cobb in February, came after a student posted a video to a social media site the month before.
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