Racial Discrimination

Politics
Officers also searched Black drivers at nearly three times the rate they did white drivers, according to a new report released by the state's Department of Justice.
Crime
Family and friends wonder if race ― David Josiah Lawson was a Black student in a very white rural area ― has played a factor.
Black Voices
The "Queen & Slim" screenwriter addressed the history of the way Black people are treated by law enforcement.
Wellness
Imposter syndrome and racial discrimination work hand in hand to tear down our self-esteem and mental health.
Black Voices
"Racial discrimination in the enforcement of the rules of any sport is inconsistent with the spirit of fair play," New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said.
U.S. News
Mohamed Khairullah says Customs and Border Protection agents held him for three hours and confiscated his phone for nearly two weeks.
U.S. News
Mayor Jim Kenney said that Richard Ross' resignation is due to allegations within the department that the mayor felt were not properly dealt with.
Politics
The NFL star suggested that hosting the event is contradictory to the mission of Stephen Ross's nonprofit, which is aimed at tackling racial discrimination.
U.S. News
A black man proposing to his girlfriend at the upstate New York brewery was interrupted by white security guards accusing him of stealing, the bride-to-be said.
U.S. News
"Our bodies are over sexualized as women and we must ADJUST to make everyone around us comfortable," complained Dr. Tisha Rowe.
Politics
The former vice president said he apologized for any "pain or misconception" his comments caused.
Entertainment
The "Rogue One" actor said racial profiling by Homeland Security was why he couldn't go to Chicago's "Star Wars Celebration."
U.S. News
A teacher accused staffers at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts of racially profiling her students during a field trip.
Business
The makeup retailer’s effort is well-intentioned, but research shows the effectiveness of diversity training is mixed.
Videos
Sephora will close more than 400 stores for inclusion workshops after singer SZA said she was racially profiled at one of the beauty retailer’s locations.
Entertainment
The beauty retailer will close more than 400 stores Wednesday for inclusion workshops as part of its new campaign, "We Belong to Something Beautiful."
U.S. News
A Dorchester, Massachusetts, teacher said her students were monitored excessively and told they couldn't bring watermelon into the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Videos
Although slave labor created the economic basis of U.S. agriculture, the long-term effects of racism and systemic discrimination from U.S. Department of Agriculture programs continue to sideline African American farmers from land ownership.
Black Voices
“You don’t know my name, so how can you tell me I have a warrant in Louisiana?” a Houston man asked an officer in a now viral-video.
Politics
The 2020 candidate was speaking at a presidential forum in Texas focused on women of color.