Rev. Jesse Jackson addressed the discrimination claims against Sesame Place by penning a letter to the CEO in hopes of sparking change.
An insurance agency in Maine, upset to be closed on Juneteenth, posted a sign that read "Enjoy your fried chicken & collard greens."
Pastor Harry Johannes Knoesen of the National Christian Resistance Movement was found guilty of treason for plotting to kill South Africans.
Racism proved to be ageless yet again after a California varsity cheer team was pictured with a Black mannequin head they called "Kareem."
Charles Booker, Kentucky's 1st Black Democratic nominee for US Senate, got graphic on the topic of lynching in his latest attack on Rand Paul.
Two Colerain High School students in Cincinnati made a mockery of prejudice by taping "Whites only" & "Blacks only" signs on water fountains.
Ben Crump is set on suing everyone involved in the Buffalo shooting tragedy, including the gun manufacturer and even the shooter's parents.
A Black woman paying $2,600 per month for an apartment in Charlotte is facing eviction due to complaints about her daughter twerking in the pool.
A Michigan teacher chose to uphold racial stereotypes by asking students to identify primates in a set of pictures of monkeys & Barack Obama.
A Black woman fell victim to a verbal attack by a racist white man, which led to him punching her over 10 times at a Florida gas station.
Alfonso Ribeiro playing Carlton Banks on 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' still gets him recognition from fans of the iconic sitcom, especially those who love "The Carlton." However, not only does Ribeiro detest the viral dance but also highlighted the racial undertones of asking Black men to dance.
61-year-old Michigan resident Kenneth Pilon is being hit with six hate crime charges for harassing the community of Saginaw with nooses and racists notes aimed against Black Lives Matter supporters at their peak in 2020.