racism

"I'm being arrested in Amsterdam for reacting to a woman racially profiling me," Lennox tweeted early this morning.

Michael Costello has a history of mistreating Black women so when the famed Project Runway designer said he was a victim of Chrissy Teigen's cyber bullying, Black women reached deep down in their purses and pulled out their receipts.

Psychotherapist Felicia Fdyfil-Horne says, "As we all are experiencing collective grief, it is important to step back, process and take the time to grieve when needed. Give yourself permission to detach, reset, and rest."

American personal care products company Burt’s Bees is under fire for a series of photos posted to their website. The collection of images featured 4 families, 3 of which are represented by a Caucasian mother, father, and 2 children. The 4th family is represented by a Black mother, and her 2 children. The bold visual reinforces […]

The 26-year-old, who happens to be the only Black driver in NASCAR's Cup Series, has used his platform to stand up against racism, and looks good doing it.

In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests, the Quaker Oats breakfast brand, along with Uncle Ben's Rice, are finally ridding themselves of their racist imagery.

And another one! Well-known boho-chic clothing store Anthropologie is the latest brand to be called out for their hypocritical support of the Black Lives Matter movement on social media. Dozens of former employees, influencers and customers are accusing the brand of racism in the workplace, racial profiling, and requesting black influencers to work without pay. […]

"We have made mistakes too, publishing images or stories that have been hurtful or intolerant. I take full responsibility for those mistakes."

If white folks were hoping to ruin Bea Dixon for saying she hopes to inspire Black girls, that plan sure did backfire,

In today’s episode of ‘Steal Our Culture, Reject Our Problems,’ Instagram influencer Ghadeer Sultran has been accused of rockin' blackface in a series of Instagram posts. Why is this still happening in 2020?

Writer Clarissa Brooks speaks on how she manages to purposefully take up space as a queer Black activist with a large social media platform.

Why in the world are some of y'all getting aroused off being called the n-word and being enslaved?