A cartoon of Serena Williams that has been widely condemned as a racist depiction of the tennis great has been partially reprinted on the front page of the Melbourne-based newspaper that initially published it.
Louis C.K. made an unannounced appearance at the Comedy Cellar on Sunday night, according to the club’s owner, performing for apparently the first time since he admitted last year to sexual misconduct with women in the comedy world.
Nearly one year ago, Ken Parker joined hundreds of other white nationalists at a Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. That day, he wore a black shirt with two lightning bolts sewn onto the collar, the uniform of the National Socialist Movement, an American […]
Isn’t it amazing how two grown people who have both been through a lot as far as public scrutiny is concerned, after knowing each other for fifteen years, can get to the point of childish and silly name-calling—and this weekend of all weekends?
Black and white speakers recounted how they have learned to trust Christians outside their own race at the kickoff of the biennial National Black Fellowship meeting July 17 in Cincinnati. Still, the Reach Conference: A Moment of Hope, shows there is a long way to go.
The fallout for Papa John’s pizza founder John Schnatter was swift Wednesday after he admitted to using a highly offensive racial slur during a May conference call, including his resignation from the University of Louisville board of trustees.
A media agency working with Papa John’s International Inc. decided to cut ties after the pizza maker’s founder and chairman, John Schnatter, allegedly used a racial slur and graphic descriptions of violence against minorities on a May conference call, according to Forbes.