Others claim they were also kicked off the flight because they defended the Black passenger. The airline, however, called the group “disruptive.”
Yale’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter has found themselves hot water (again) after they were accused of racial discrimination for allowing “white girls only” into a Halloween party last week.
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United Airlines released a detailed apology to the man with cerebral palsy who crawled off one of their airplanes after delayed assistance from employees.
Soon after the video was uploaded and gained national attention, Fields was placed on administrative leave. On Tuesday afternoon, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott announced that Fields was suspended without pay.
Reuters reports that new research shows the number of police officers charged in fatal shootings in 2015 has reached its highest level in a decade.
The “Black Lives Matter” signs were thrown in the trash and covered with stickers that read “All,” creating the much-criticized “All Lives Matter” refrain.
In a piece written on The Wrap, he fired back at critics who said his daughter Aurora, whose mother is White, isn’t “Black enough” for her role as the Black character in the film Jem And The Holograms.
DArcee Neal was waiting for an aisle-sized chair from an airline worker after arriving at Reagan National Airport Tuesday evening. When no one showed up to help him into his wheelchair, he was forced to crawl off the plane.
Residents from Lyndhurst, New Jersey were appalled to find recruitment letters from the Ku Klux Klan sprawled throughout their small town last weekend, the New York Daily News reports.