After coming out against gay marriage, Margaret Court doubled down in a homophobic and transphobic rant on a Christian radio show.
Sophie Labelle was targeted by an army of online trolls because she’s transgender. This sort of thing is becoming increasingly common.
Sanctuary Restaurants brings together food businesses that “do not allow any harassment of any individual based on immigrant/refugee status, race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation to occur in their restaurant.”
After the KKK announced its plans to hold a rally in celebration of President-elect Donald Trump's win, hundreds of people from across North Carolina gathered to protest on Saturday.
Ninety percent of the 10,000 teachers, administrators, and counselors who responded to the survey reported that the election has had a "negative impact" on students.
The word beat out other contenders including terror, uncertainty, bigotry, sadness (RIP Leonard Cohen, Prince, David Bowie), and Electoral College.
A conversation with comedian Jamali Maddix, who travelled the world meeting racists and bigots for his new VICELAND show 'Hate Thy Neighbour'.
Restaurants are a place where we, the American public, get together in all of our vast diversity. Can we do so peaceably following this divisive election? Things are not looking good.
A white guy endorsed by KKK affiliates becoming president is scary, but not unprecedented in American history.
With the advent of a "whites only" food bank in Scotland, far-right and nationalist groups in Europe are using claims of charity to manipulate their community presence.
"Fuck your Turban?" Nah boys, fuck your posters.
The audibly distraught women tell the restaurateur that they “do not wish to be served by a racist,” to which he replies: "Racists like me don't plant bombs and don't kill people."