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Proponents argue that teaching history would help stem the tide of anti-Asian violence.


“Let’s not let the skin color or our ethnicity and culture fool each other,” a Black organizer, Kelvin Coffey, told the crowd. “We are in the same fight.”


Equality Watch connects witnesses and victims of discrimination with resources to help them navigate the complaint process.


One of the Proud Boys urged the others to join him in battling the "faggots wearing black that won’t let us in."


The Times takes a look at the extensive documentation of the Trump company's practice of turning away, or segregating, potential black tenants for decades.


"I've spent the past 24 hours reviewing videos of Cruz' statements on gay marriage," one wrote.


Online petitions aren't just for futile attempts at bringing back the McRib.


Because nothing strengthens the sacred bond between one's God and one's soul like a legally binding document.


Frank Borzellieri, whose ties to a white supremacy group outraged many because he was principal of a Bronx Catholic school with a majority of Hispanic and black students, was fired earlier today.


Frank Borzellieri, principal of Our Lady of Mount Carmel School in the Bronx for the past two years and author of published material with American Renaissance, a white supremacy group is now under investigation.