Church Militant's founder Michael Voris steps down after breaching morality clause. Co-host Christine Niles revealed his "troubling" behavior, causing resignation.
Racism News & Breaking Stories
Former Obama adviser admits to Islamophobic rant on NYC street. Videos went viral, sparking outrage. He regrets the incident and apologizes.
Twitter sues Media Matters over ad placement next to antisemitic content, sparking high profile advertiser exodus and backlash against owner Elon Musk.
Suki Waterhouse and Robert Pattinson announced Suki's pregnancy during a performance at Mexico's City's Corona Capital.
California lawmaker Wendy Carrillo was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after crashing her car in Los Angeles, claiming she lost control of the vehicle when she sneezed.
"Marvel actor Jonathan Majors to face trial on domestic abuse charges after judge rejects motion to dismiss. Trial set for November 29."
Richard Roundtree, best known for his role in the 1971 film Shaft, has died at the age of 77. His work was influential for African American actors in the industry.
Country singer Maren Morris has filed for divorce from her husband Ryan Hurd after five years of marriage.
"Lessons in Chemistry" premieres on Apple TV+, capturing the clash between societal norms and one woman's pursuit to break free.
Kamala Harris faces criticism from both Republicans and Democrats ahead of the 2024 presidential election, with insults targeting her appearance.
American soldier Travis King, who ran across the border into North Korea in July, has been transferred to U.S. custody and is on his way back to the United States.
Grammy-winning singer Maren Morris is quitting country music due to its racist and misogynistic roots, saying she has hit a dead end in her efforts to make things better. She criticized the industry for celebrating biases and being aligned with a hyper-masculine branch of country music. Morris released a two-track EP called "The Bridge" to express her departure from the genre.
A biopic based on astronaut José Hernández's book, "A Million Miles Away" tells the inspiring story of his journey from migrant farm worker to astronaut. The film focuses on the importance of José's family and community in his success. While it falls short in fully addressing the racial discrimination José faced, it still delivers a heartfelt and wholesome journey.
Sports journalist sues NFL for discrimination and retaliation, criticizing league's hiring practices and handling of racist remarks by team owners.
A Colorado boy was pulled from class after school officials claimed the Gadsden flag had ties to slavery.
Ryan Palmeter, 21, identified as the gunman behind racist mass shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, using a swastika-painted gun.
Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy stood out during the Republican debate, delivering a strong closing statement with specific claims about American ideals.
Former President Trump has been indicted for the fourth time in the Georgia probe into alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Bayern Munich's Mathys Tel has received racist abuse on social media after missing chances in their 3-0 defeat.
DOJ's Merrick Garland Appoints U.S. Attorney David Weiss as Special Counsel in Biden Criminal Investigation
Tech giants are censoring and banning Geller Report, but they are fighting back and urging readers to support them.
William Friedkin, the renowned film director, is remembered by James Gray for his influential and powerful work.
Elon Musk-owned social media platform reinstates Kanye West after his previous antisemitic remarks, sparking backlash from Jewish civil liberties groups.
"Tyler Childers unveils heartrending music video portraying a poignant gay love story; Country enthusiasts respond"
Beloved country singer Tyler Childers releases a viral video telling a tragic gay love story, breaking the hearts of country fans.
ABC, CNN, and MSNBC link Emmett Till monument to Florida's slavery curriculum, featuring Jason Aldean
Mainstream media reports on Emmett Till monument and Florida's history standards.
Doja Cat faces backlash after making harsh comments to fans.
CMT pulls music video by Jason Aldean filmed at lynching site after accusations of offensiveness.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker and State Rep. Kam Buckner express concern over Northwestern football hazing allegations, call for action.
Senator Tuberville backtracks on defense of white nationalists after backlash.
Jack White expresses his disgust as he accuses Mark Wahlberg, Guy Fieri, and others of normalizing Trump
Jack White criticizes celebrities for associating with Donald Trump.
John Mayer reflects on scandals and controversies in candid interview.
Florida Governor and Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis is accused of running a campaign based on racism but calling it equality. DeSantis has declared that "DEI is over in the state of Florida," referring to diversity, equity, and inclusion programs. Critics argue that this is a form of white supremacy and an attempt to dilute Black voting power. DeSantis is accused of stoking white grievance and framing it as a fight for individual rights.
The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has urged residents to avoid illegal fireworks displays and opt for safe, organized events. The tweet has been met with criticism due to the LAPD's own history of causing an explosion from fireworks, which resulted in two deaths and significant damage to homes and businesses. The explosion occurred when members of the LAPD's bomb squad attempted to detonate illegal fireworks but miscalculated the weight of the explosives. The incident highlights the department's controversial past and raises questions about its credibility in promoting safety.
French cities in chaos after teenager's death; police clash with rioters.
Clarence Thomas acknowledges the adverse impact of social and economic challenges on his community while ruling against affirmative action.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas believes affirmative action is unconstitutional.
What news can we find under Racism News Section?
Exploring News Content Under the Topic of Racism
We can't chat about current affairs without drifting into the prickly subject of racism. Considering it's an irrefutable and far-reaching issue, we often find diverse news content revolving around this theme.
'What kind of stories fall under this category?', you might ask. Let's dive a little deeper.
Racial Discrimination in Various Sectors
A significant chunk of racism-related news focuses on racial discrimination cropping up in various sectors - think employment, education, or housing scenarios. Reports illustrate instances where opportunity depends more on skin color than merit – isn’t that just like being judged by the book cover rather than what's inside?
Criminal Justice System and Racism
Predominantly affected systems? The criminal justice framework certainly tops that list! Numerous articles report how bias continues to influence crime rates and punishment severity—disturbing proof that Lady Justice is peeking from her blindfold.
Social Movements Against Racism
Nevertheless, it’s not all doom-and-gloom! A heartening volume of news concerns people standing against this societal ill. Think Black Lives Matter—the wave with which society pushed back again systemic hate—an analogy for many modern battles against racism!
Hate Crimes and Racial Violence
An unfortunately rampant manifestation—and thus a regular newspiece—is racial violence; hate crimes are sadly still frequent headlines today. Could imagine living under permanent fear only due to your ethnicity, like fearing rain because someone doesn't like clouds?
To put it shortly: yes, 'racism' holds different narratives within itself - some grim reminders of the need for change but also motivating examples showing progress isn’t entirely elusive.
In our quest for equality as readable pieces end-to-end—like chapters in humanity's global novel—we must face each page head-on until we decline our intrigue towards 'Otherness.'