Along with a broad swath of Republican voters—plus Dennis Rodman—America's racists are getting on board the Trump bandwagon.
While others lost everything, I stayed in FEMA-funded hotel rooms and lapped up pity from those who saw my Louisiana license plate. Instead of character, all I got out of Katrina was a party-friendly anecdote.
A small group of Crown Heights community members are trying to halt a new construction project, arguing that it sits on hallowed grounds that reflect the neighborhood's history of racism.
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Also this week: A cop pulled a gun on a guy who was filming him.
Saying "ni hao" to anyone who looks vaguely East Asian is a great way to show off your ignorance.
Human rights activist Malcolm X was depicted as being both America's angriest man and equally as evil as Bill Cosby.
We caught up with some of the black attendees at Otakon, Baltimore's anime convention, to learn about why anime resonated with them and why there aren't more black characters.
There was a time when I vowed to never bring another black child into this world. "For what?" I thought. "To be beaten, to be caged, to be taught to hate himself and everyone who shares the same skin as him?"
A long New Yorker profile offers us a glimpse into the world of the man who shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown this time last year. The former cop now styles himself something of a tragic figure.
They say it's a symbol of racial hatred and want it recognized as such by the government.
The group behind the painting, which showed two Indigenous women tied up and gagged, apologized but was still defiant.
Just because the WWE kicked Hulk Hogan out of the Hall of Fame doesn't mean they turned a new cheek. It has a long history of racism, xenophobia, sexism, and homophobia.
British aristocrats admired Hitler, and he admired their empire.
"There's no racial overtones to this show. There's nothing racial to the show," he said.
I sought a deeper meaning for my life, outside of the mundane existence of my working-class neighborhood struggle. Rather than succumb to the doldrums of comfort, I wanted to matter.
Inside the schisms and drama of Reclaim Australia.
The KKK and the Black Educators for Justice got together for a crowded spectacle filled with anger, racial tension, and a spectrum of idiosyncratic and confusing ideologies.
Chris Barker is an unemployed North Carolina man with a long rap sheet whose small-time Klan just became famous.
This again? It's not even really about Kanye.
We spoke to Natalie Bullock Brown, who's creating a documentary that dissects the messages black women receive about beauty.
From garbage juice to slaughterhouse kill room blood, we've had some pretty disgusting jobs to pay for those good summer times.
After a prolonged debate, the state House of Representatives voted early Thursday to remove the Stars and Bars from the state house grounds.
"Money cannot replace the wedding we lost and our perfect day," she wrote.