Alpha Phi Alpha is fighting against Florida's controversial policies on race education by moving its 2025 convention out the Sunshine State.

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court approved a Black woman's right to sue Harvard for profiting off images of her enslaved ancestors.

A Maryland educator hired for a DEI gig in Cherokee County, GA was ousted by anti-CRT parents & then targeted after moving on in Cobb County.

Racism proved to be ageless yet again after a California varsity cheer team was pictured with a Black mannequin head they called "Kareem."

Two Colerain High School students in Cincinnati made a mockery of prejudice by taping "Whites only" & "Blacks only" signs on water fountains.

A Michigan teacher chose to uphold racial stereotypes by asking students to identify primates in a set of pictures of monkeys & Barack Obama.

An eighth grade teacher at San Francisco's predominately white Creative Arts Charter School was allegedly suspended after missing five weeks of school following pushback on a lesson about slavery that involved bringing in cotton plants.

A Black student at Ohio State University recently made a comment that played to the fears of both sides in the debate over Critical Race Theory after expressing that he "full-heartedly" believes that Black people are the superior race.

Michelle Obama's brother Craig Robinson is currently pursing a lawsuit after his pre-teen boys were expelled from the University School of Milwaukee in response to a complaint he and his wife made about potential racist stereotyping and bias in their homework assignments.

The well-documented history of Black people being inhumanely compared to apes recently came to light in Virginia after a history teacher decided to sue a former student for leaving a banana on his door once every month.

Two Black students at Georgia State University found themselves in an unlikely run-in with authorities after a professor, also Black, called campus police on them for arriving to her class just two minutes late.

The latest act of racism on school grounds involves a teacher at Whitney Young Magnet High School in Chicago that got himself suspended after an altercation with another teacher over a Black doll that appeared to be hanging from a string in his classroom for all students to see.