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The Department of Housing and Urban Development is charging Facebook with housing discrimination, alleging its targeted advertising platform violates the Fair Housing Act by “encouraging, enabling, and causing” unlawful discrimination by restricting who can view housing ads. The charges caught Facebook off guard, coming one week after the social media giant agreed in a sweeping […]

In the statement Delta says Saleh, a famed prankster whose videos have garnered millions of views, sought to disrupt passengers, something Saleh staunchly denies.

Lopaz has decided to spin the struggles that he has experienced after moving abroad into something that he hopes can be powerful.

Racist fliers on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, urge White women to refrain from dating Black men.

In the lawsuit that was filed in March, Sharp claims the township created a hostile and racially intimidating environment because of the racist comments made towards him.

New Jersey resident Errol Narvaez was mortified after he was removed from a United Airlines flight due to his weight.

A Bay Area state worker has been charged with a hate crime after she threw coffee on a Muslim man during a prayer service.

As much of American politics is still deep-rooted in the traditions of Christianity, issues regarding other religions being welcomed into the fold are arising more and more these days.

With the combination of social media, cell phone recordings, and a decentralized movement in Black Lives Matter, it has become quite clear that the fight against police brutality has mobilized a new generation.

Officials are looking into a possible hate crime in which a severed pig’s head was thrown in front of a North Philadelphia mosque. According to Philly, the incident happened around 11 p.m. on Sunday. Surveillance cameras caught a suspicious red van driving near the Al Aqsa Islamic Society. The vehicle drove past the mosque twice; the second time, the pig’s […]

African-American students were outraged to see portraits of Harvard Law School's Black professors defaced, leading to an investigation by the police and a string of discussions about racial injustice at Harvard University.

Campus police released alerts online via Twitter and Facebook assuring the campus was safe. The tweets, posted by the account @keanuagainstblk, were sent shortly after a peaceful rally against racial bias on college campuses.