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Here are five things to know about Nuyorican rapper Princess Nokia, who led the charge to boot a racist man off the L train in New York City.

A Black elementary school student in Bellevue, Washington posted a viral Facebook video about racist bullies, who called her "Nutella" and "servant," in hopes of helping students who are targeted by their peers.

The father of one African-American student at a Texas middle school said that administrators did not properly discipline students who hatefully referred to his daughter as an "ape" and a "slave."

Churchgoers at Nicholtown Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina recently received a surprising $2,000 donation from an anonymous donor who said he or she was a former "terrible racist."

One visitor found a section of rope near the MLK Memorial in Washington D.C. Friday --- just two days after a noose was discovered at the National Museum Of African American History and Culture.


The Wake County school system is looking into a recent incident involving a Black teddy bear that was hung from a noose at Wakefield High School in Raleigh, North Carolina.

A former employee at high-end shoe designer Gianvito Rossi said in a lawsuit filed Thursday that the business discriminated against Serena Williams, offering her a smaller discount than White celebrities.

Members of the Legislative Black Caucus were outraged Wednesday about a racist email from White Alabama legislator Lynn Greer referring to punishing monkeys Wednesday.


Police in one upstate New York town are looking into a reported hate crime after one African-American family found their detached garage painted with racist graffiti and engulfed in flames.

The U.S. Department of Justice may re-open its investigation into the 1955 gruesome murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till for whistling at a White woman in Mississippi.

Fifteen-year-old Black student Chet Ellis recently won an essay contest and garnered national attention for a piece on White privilege in his affluent and predominately White town of Westport, Connecticut.