Washington University in St. Louis is the latest college to experience racism on its campus, this time in the form of vandalism on a prominent mural depicting historic Black icons that was defaced with symbols of white supremacy.


New York’s ABC News reported the sculptures were a part of an exhibition called “See Injustice” by artist Chris Carnabuci. The installation is a project of the organization CONFRONTART.  


Torrance police officers were charged for allegedly spray-painting a swastika inside an impounded car. Other cops got suspended for racist messages they're accused of sending each other. Now, hundreds of cases they were involved in are under review.

A white woman used spray paint to deface a monument in Mount Tabor Park in Portland, Oregon, to York, a slave and the only Black member of the Lewis and Clark expedition. It's the second time in three months it's been vandalized.


Pastor William Lamar IV of Metropolitan AME Church in Washington D.C. reflects on the way forward and the role of the Black church in today's social justice climate.


Police in Charleston, South Carolina are investigating a string of recent vandalism incidents involving racial slurs painted on three buildings including a library named for one of the Charleston Church Massacre victims.

Thieves broke into New York Giant Nikita Whitlock's New Jersey home, stealing personal items and scrawling hate messages on walls.

Austin Reed Edenfield pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge on Thursday after acknowledging he helped Graeme Phillip Harris and another student place a noose on the neck of the statue in February 2014.

A city contractor in New Orleans was the victim of a vicious vandalism attack after he discovered that his $200,000 Lamborghini was set ablaze. Although police didn’t officially make the connection, it is believed that the vehicle was torched because the contractor was hired to remove a series of statues related to the Confederacy. HuffPost Black […]

The "Black Lives Matter" signs were thrown in the trash and covered with stickers that read "All," creating the much-criticized "All Lives Matter" refrain.