Aug 24, 2016
GAYCATION host Ian Daniel checks in with Pulse survivor Angel Santiago ahead of tonight's special episode.
After the Brexit vote, there was a 42 percent increase in hate crimes in the UK—and sadly, spikes like that are nothing new.
A new history of brutal lynchings at the same spot in 1918 and 1942 offers insight into the terror of white supremacy.
Also, Canada doesn't collect data on hate crimes against trans people, which is troubling.
Strolling down halls and poised outside doorways, mosque security guards are vigilant human reminders of the fear and danger that come with being Muslim in the US right now.
The terrorist atrocities in Paris have triggered a wave of anti-Islamic hate crimes largely directed at British women.
A wave of anti-Muslim vandalism and arson is being probed in the vicinity of the terrorist attack, but incidents across America suggest it's no regional problem.
Cops say 19-year-old Hunter Park wrote he would "shoot every black person I see" on the anonymous messaging app YikYak.
The 21-year-old pleaded not guilty in federal court Friday. If he's convicted, he could face up to eight years in prison.
Also this week: A cop pulled a gun on a guy who was filming him.
The location of his alleged shooting spree—a church—could land the South Carolina native on death row.
"Money cannot replace the wedding we lost and our perfect day," she wrote.
A series of fires at predominantly black churches since the horrific shooting in Charleston, South Carolina—including two blazes in the same state—have raised the specter of copycat racial violence.
Before politicians call for new gun laws in the wake of the Charleston shooting, they might consider how those laws have disproportionately affected black Americans.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has already said she hopes the 21-year-old alleged church shooter receives the death penalty.
The things the alleged Charleston shooter reportedly said to his victims might give prosecutors cause to bust out the T-word.
What are the major parties promises to do for Britain's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people?
The new Native American media group is working to represent the Native community where the mainstream media has failed.
For a lot of American Muslims, conversations with their kids about the perils of interacting with police or security officers came up in the wake of 9/11—and have resurfaced after the murders in Chapel Hill.
The US military recruited neo-Nazis, gang members, and criminals to fight the war on terror—and now they're coming home.
On Tuesday morning, volunteers working at the Colorado Springs chapter of the NAACP heard a loud explosion outside the building that they said was powerful enough to knock items off the wall.
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November 20 is Transgender Day of Remembrance, when communities all over the world hold vigils and memorials for those lost largely to hate crimes and domestic violence.
I talked to a lawyer who said that it probably wouldn't be treated as one in the courts.