A wise person once said, "It's not what you say, it's how you say it." In the case of LeBron James, it was what he wrote on Instagram.com that infuriated his followers.
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Stephon Clark, the unarmed black man who was gunned down by police while allegedly breaking into cars in Sacramento, was apparently a misogynistic, self-hating man whose Asian girlfriend shared his hatred for black women.
A troubled nurse angered many on social media by tweeting a racist post denouncing white women for breeding sons.
On Friday, Taiyesha F. Baker, who apparently works at a children's hospital, tweeted, “Every white woman raises a detriment to society when they raise a son."
A female photographer was escorted out of a Canadian music festival after she refused singer Lido Pimienta's request for white people to move to the back.
Rachel Dolezal is busy promoting her new book, In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World. In her memoir, which is scheduled for release on March 29, Dolezal describes her struggle living life as a woman suffering from transracial disorder.
Veteran Broadway singer Jennifer Holliday hit back at ignorant, misguided people within her own community who called her racial slurs for performing for President-elect Donald Trump's Inauguration.
A black teenager was arrested and charged with threatening students at Arundel High School in the Annapolis suburb of Gambrills, Maryland.
The 14-year-old female is a student at the school.
Former child star Raven-Symoné apologized for her latest statements mocking the black community.
"My comments about discrimination have spun out of control," Raven-Symoné wrote in a Facebook post on Sunday. "I'd like to begin by saying that I was not attacking a specific race, but repeating a name that was said in a viral video which has received over two million likes."
Director Lee Daniels can't seem to get his stories straight on why Oscar-winning actress Mo'Nique was blackballed in Hollywood. First he said she was blackballed due to "reverse racism." Now he's singing a different tune.
Universal Pictures is casting black girls for its film Straight Outta Compton, a biopic which documents the rise of rap supergroup N.W.A.
The casting call by Sande Allesi Casting, which reflects the target audience of the movie, grades the women by skin color and whether they wear weave and extensions. "Fine" LSLH women (light skinned with long hair) are graded A/B, while dark skinned women who wear hair weave are graded C/D. Naturally the weave wearers are outraged by the degrading implications of the casting call.