NEW YORK (AP) — Two women who work in the advertising department at The New York Times have filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the…
An openly gay preacher in Austin, Tex. ordered a cake from Whole Foods, but upon returning to his car, was shocked to see what was written on the dessert.
New Jersey resident Errol Narvaez was mortified after he was removed from a United Airlines flight due to his weight.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi’s governor signed a law Tuesday that allows religious groups and some private businesses to refuse service to gay couples based…
After Ahmed Mohamed’s homemade digital clock was mistaken for a bomb by authorities, his family is seeking $15 million.
The attention-grabbing promo set Twitter ablaze with reactions, ranging from angry to simply confused.
The former employee claims he was hit with frying pans and beat with belts during the end of his nearly two-decade-long employment by the family.
A local NAACP chapter has announced plans to open up a discrimination hotline for Black students at the University of Missouri.
Just one day after the resignations of both the president and school chancellor following protests against racial injustices on campus, verbal and social media threats have been made towards University of Missouri students.
Woodlands Elite Cheer removed 11-year-old Makayla Fallaw from their roster for refusing to straighten her hair. Jenny Fallaw said her daughter joined the team in April and was never told until recently to straighten her hair for competitions.
The prosecutor overseeing the case of Tamir Rice was blasted for comments he made that suggest the grieving mother of the slain boy has “economic motives.”
In a piece written on The Wrap, he fired back at critics who said his daughter Aurora, whose mother is White, isn’t “Black enough” for her role as the Black character in the film Jem And The Holograms.