Rape Allegation, Race, Glare Of National Media Divide Town"Sometimes I wish I hadn't said anything. Then we could have lived a quiet life. But when you're right, you sometimes have to stand alone."
Study: Violent Stereotypes Attached To Black Youth As Young As FiveIn the study, published in Psychological Science, researchers were interested to see whether stereotypes associating Black men with violence also extended to younger Black children
WWU Student Charged For Hate CrimeA Washington state college student has been charged with malicious harassment, under Washington's hate crime law, for allegedly writing "let's lynch her" on a social media post concerning a student leader at Western Washington University.
Students Return To Campus After Racial Threats"I'm upset that we're told to use the buddy system, and that's the only way that we can maybe have safety."
Study Finds Racial Bias At CrosswalksBlack pedestrians waited longer than whites for drivers to stop and let them cross the street.
Richard Sherman Opens Press Conference With Message About 'Black Lives Matter' MovementSeattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, both loved and loathed by fans across the US for speaking his mind openly and honestly, took some time at the beginning of a Wednesday press conference to address a rumor about an article floating around
Clinton: Confederate Flag Has No Place In U.S.Clinton called the Confederate flag a "symbol of our nation's racist past that has no place in our present or our future. It shouldn't fly there. It shouldn't fly anywhere."
Pastor Killed In Church Shooting Bridged Faith, PoliticsPinckney became, at 23, the youngest African-American then elected to the South Carolina Legislature. In 2000, he was elected to the state Senate.
Court Officials Ordered To Preserve US Judge's Racist EmailsFederal judicial officials must preserve hundreds of racist and inappropriate emails that prompted Montana's former chief U.S. district judge to step down, under a Wednesday court order in a case brought by attorneys for American Indians intent on challenging the judge's past rulings.
Starbucks Steps Into Conversation About RaceStarbucks' campaign aimed at encouraging people to talk about race relations in the U.S. is the latest example of a big company trying to tie its brands to big social issues
Opinion: Obama’s Biggest Failure Has Been On Race RelationsUnfortunately, political poll after political poll reveals that the presidential election of 2012 has much to do – in fact, more to do – with the race of the presidential candidate than most anything else.
Opinion: Romney Campaign Drops Dog Whistle And Moves To Blatant RacismRomney supporters, including his son Tagg, have moved away from dog whistle politics and are now engaging in outright disrespectful and racist campaigning.