A local NAACP chapter has announced plans to open up a discrimination hotline for Black students at the University of Missouri.
As of Thursday morning, the threats and vandalism continued. Police were investigating an incident at the Columbia campus’ Black culture center. Someone spray-painted over the word “black” on the sign to the culture center.
Just one day after the resignations of both the president and school chancellor following protests against racial injustices on campus, verbal and social media threats have been made towards University of Missouri students.
The students of Yale University used their voices to speak out against several instances of racial injustice on the Ivy League campus.
H&M South Africa issued an apology this week for tweeting a comment that implied White models portray a more “positive image” for the brand.
Woodlands Elite Cheer removed 11-year-old Makayla Fallaw from their roster for refusing to straighten her hair. Jenny Fallaw said her daughter joined the team in April and was never told until recently to straighten her hair for competitions.
The prosecutor overseeing the case of Tamir Rice was blasted for comments he made that suggest the grieving mother of the slain boy has “economic motives.”
Presidential candidate Ben Carson faced continued fallout from the LGBTQ community after he suggested transgender people should have their own bathrooms.