When you grow up in India, curry isn’t really a smell. It isn’t even a word. But on one day at my bartending job in Brussels, I was told I smelled like curry. And became, in one instant, reduced to a dish.
She has since apologized, saying the comment was "not reflective of who I am nor how much I care about every student who attends this school."
"Those seats are uncomfortable for literally everybody, but I deserve to exist. I deserve to be in the world."
A sketch showing Moroccan French comedian Gad Elmaleh dressed as a stereotypical Asian character has provoked outrage on social media.
Tinder says it helps users date outside their race, and users think it's more diverse than other dating apps.
Offensive? Yes. Insulting? Yes. Illegal? No.
"I want you to see this."
"I could clap back and say a few things to you. But instead, I'll let your words, Kathy Rae, speak for themselves."
The six firefighters also defaced the photos with penises and other sexually explicit drawings, officials said.
Police at the University of Nevada, Reno, said the Colin Kaepernick costume was "insensitive and offensive."
The Hong Kong-based strategist included shocking comments about race in a 15-page newsletter.
"Hollywood is racist."
"Trump must be removed. Republicans, stand up to this obscene man." —Stephen King
"I pray my prodigal son will renounce his hateful beliefs and return home."
"This is unambiguously a new low for this city... Now public spaces are also threatened and a culture of segregation based on class is been practised unhindered."
A noose was found outside the National Art Gallery Saturday, marking the third time a noose has been spotted at museums surrounding the National Mall in Washington, DC, in recent weeks.
To protect and serve and tell you that's not a good look.
"You'll notice that India, Pakistan and Afghanistan are three separate countries. You silly American Aussie Brit."
And it's not the first time he's been slammed for racially insensitive comments.
Our biases start at home, kids.
The 23-page internal report details how advertisers on Facebook could target teens at moments when they needed "a confidence boost."
"Marine Le Pen will win, everyone will leave, you first!"
Ted Nugent has called Barack Obama a "subhuman mongrel," has defended apartheid, and has posted anti-Semitic rants on Facebook.
Earlier this year, Fergus Wilson banned renting properties to domestic violence survivors, single parents, and low-income workers.
The short university video has gained hundreds of thousands of views.
Wikihow has apologized for the "disgraceful" illustration, removed it, and promised "action to prevent future recurrence."
A 90-second clip showing the incident was posted to Facebook and has been viewed over a million times.
People on Twitter were quick to praise Chrissy for how she handled the situation.
Police are investigating the alleged note, which contained a hand-drawn, yellow Star of David and the word "Jude."
The illustrated adult humor book, published in September, came under fire recently after a blog post on Book Riot called out its offensive imagery.
"A spelling mistake is a dumb error. Mixing up Dev Patel and Kal Penn is something else..."
A student at the University of Oklahoma was linked to the series of racist and threatening messages. He is no longer enrolled at the University of Oklahoma, officials said.
“I am sorry, but if you are a white man, you don’t get to define what racism is.”
"I'm scared to be an Indian. I'm scared to be a Hindu and a Sikh. I'm scared to have brown skin. I'm scared to be myself."
"They write jokes to get people to react."
During a branch visit, a manager said to target the young, the uneducated, and foreigners who didn’t speak English well, a former Wells Fargo employee told BuzzFeed News.
"An appalling, dehumanising, privilege-strutting, racist message."
"In an India of 2016 I still have to be apologetic about my skin tone? What is this white-skin hangover?"
Former "Coronation Street" star Marc Anwar referred to Indians as "bastards" and "piss drinking c***s"
"We shouldn't have to go through these kind of things in 2016."
A 37-year-old man from Milton Keynes has been arrested.
"You don't know how the script works because it's nonexistent."
The ad features a child wearing a traditional Nepali cap, portraying a watchman named Bahadur.
"This isn't the first time I have heard such degrading comments about Indians by airline crew in the UAE and this definitely won't be the last time."
If you've ever felt defensive or hurt when your non-white friends have talked about racism, this flowchart's for you.
The police chief apologized to Breaion King, a black woman whose violent arrest in 2015 was captured on a video that surfaced only recently.
"You know abos they've got it made."