Civil Rights & Social Justice

The NAACP said it was considering reinstating a travel advisory against American Airlines after a group of Black men sued for racial discrimination, the latest such claim against the airline.

The lawsuit cited “blatant and egregious race discrimination.”


An American Airlines passenger is shown on video trying to whitesplain to police why they were called after he allegedly became irate from being denied a pre-flight gin and tonic cocktail.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and House Speaker David Ralston are placing the blame on everyone except for themselves.

American Airlines apologizes to the rapper Wale For an alleged racist incident.

Unfriendly Skies On Christmas Eve, Memphis Hustle guard Marquis Teague (seen above) and forward Trahson Burrell boarded a flight from Dallas to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Reportedly, passengers in first class gave their blankets to the NBA players, who were sitting in coach. The Associated Press reports, “A Black flight attendant accused them of theft […]

American Airlines employees will take mandatory anti-bias training after the NAACP issued a travel advisory to Black travelers.

The NAACP issued a travel advisory warning African Americans about traveling with American Airlines. The organization has been monitoring incidents of discrimination on the airlines.


Tamika Mallory is reportedly considering filing a discrimination lawsuit against American Airlines after she claims a pilot kicked her off a plane Sunday over a seat assignment dispute.

Activist Tamika Mallory complained that an American Airlines pilot kicked her off a plane over a seat assignment dispute.