"Irrespective of the neighborhood in which I live, regardless of how articulate I might seem, all I am and all I ever will be to some people is Black."
The Arlington County Republican Committee's tweet disparaging two women of color drew immediate backlash. Unfazed, the group piled on with another attack.
The social media giant apologized for the "unacceptable error" from its artificial intelligence tool.
"Perhaps there have always been men who want to spit on 2-year-old brown girls, but the brazenness I’ve witnessed has escalated; in fact, it now soars."
The agency said it would no longer impose strict ownership requirements that unduly affected Black communities.
The "Dawson's Creek" alum addressed how his wife was targeted online after he shared that she proposed to him first.
Jack Morris appeared to make fun of an Asian accent as he discussed Angels all-star Shohei Ohtani.
The complaint says Home Depot management threatened workers with "unspecified consequences" for wearing BLM slogans on their uniforms.
“I saw a lot of things I didn’t want to see. I read hurtful words that triggered a lot of deep feelings today," the singer said days after releasing the new single "Rumors."
A white neighbor called 911 on Roy Thorne, a Black Army veteran, and his teen son as they viewed a home for sale in a Grand Rapids suburb.