What do we have to do in order to be just people?
What do we have to do in order to be just people?
“Systemic racism: Is that really a thing?”
Update: Aishwarya Rai has, in a statement, dissociated herself with the ad. Kalyan Jewellers has apologized and withdrawn the ad from their campaign.
A man stood up to a neo-Nazi at a Melbourne right-wing rally last weekend.
Update: Princeton’s president said that while the controversy may be “genuinely painful,” stage performances are “fundamental to the life of any great university.” “Athletics Department officials were present at two Urban Congo performances — where the group allegedly mocked African cultures — in 2013 and 2014, though the university was only informed of the controversial shows by students this past Sunday, a Princeton spokesperson told BuzzFeed News.
Black students said they were personally attacked on the social media platform for criticizing the now-disbanded Urban Congo student group. Update: Princeton official says she was “appalled by the offensive exchanges” on Yik Yak.”
The Katter’s Australia Party founder inserted himself into Queensland politics on Wednesday.
The San Francisco Police Chief is seeking to fire seven police officers who sent offensive text messages about ethnic minorities and gay men.
No, I’m not happy to “just be here.” Racism doesn’t vanish the moment we set foot into the ivory towers and glittering soirees of the literati.
And, actor Isaiah Washington has a tip for avoiding racial profiling.
Update: “The student is no longer on campus,” the university said in a statement. “This campus is not a safe space, and has proven beyond any doubt that it is a hostile environment for any and all black people,” the Duke People of Color Caucus said.
“A small comment in a short period of time can stick with you.”
Just log off.
“Who’s going to be manning 7-Elevens today?”
Zhao Yang, who runs the restaurant, was arrested for not having a proper license shortly after a Kenyan media report revealed the rules on local customers, according to The Guardian.
After I wrote an essay about my college experience, lots of people are talking about universities, fraternities, and race. But what happens next?
The former BNP leader claims the West is doomed without the help of the “Third Rome”.
State lawmakers and activists are demanding the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s authority be curtailed following the controversial arrest of a University of Virginia student.
“Young black fiction writers in the U.S. often face a strange obstacle as they try to figure out who they are — it’s called American literature.”
“A Black Girl’s History With White Southern Frat Racism,” an essay about a black alumni’s time on campus, prompted some at the school to speak out. It also prompted the administration to advise its students not to share the article.
Martese Johnson, the UVA student whose bloody arrest at the hands of Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control agents sparked a public outcry, said he will fight the charges stemming from the incident.
I was one of few black students at a small college in Kentucky in the early 2000s. Every day I was reminded just how unwelcome I was there.
In the wake of allegations of systemic racism, the national fraternity announced its four-point plan to eliminate racial intolerance and a review of all 237 chapters and colonies.
Surf company Tavik’s tee was pulled from several retailers after customers complained that the shirt was both racist and insensitive to victims of suicide.
A former Sigma Alpha Epsilon member at George Mason University told BuzzFeed News that in 2011 the brothers denied acceptance to at least nine minority students – taking in one who “sounded like he knew English.” And another pledge said a “secret” whites-only sect existed at the California State University, Northridge in the 1980s.
Another former Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledge at Louisiana Tech told BuzzFeed News that he heard the “underground” chant a dozen times in a year. Update: The national fraternity and the university are investigating the allegations of racism within the chapter.
Chief Victor “Buddy” Amato, a top animal welfare officer in New Jersey, allegedly sent his staff “derogatory, degrading, and racist statements” in text messages that also disparaged gays, women, and Jews. When a female member of the department complained, a lawsuit says, she was pushed out.
Jay-Leighsa Bauman alleged to have unleashed racially charged abuse on lawyer Mariam Veiszadeh’s Facebook page.
John Shaw becomes the latest Ferguson employee to leave the city in the wake of a scathing report on racial discrimination among local law enforcement.
A former student and Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledge at Louisiana Tech told BuzzFeed News that a member drunkenly sang the racist chant — which led to the fraternity’s expulsion this week from the University of Oklahoma — at a rush party in 2010. The fraternity said the chant isn’t part of its “tradition.”