white privilege

Jimmy Kimmel laid down across the stage at the Emmy's the entir time Quinta Brunson was accepting her award for 'Abbot Elementary.'

The freedom of John Hinckley Jr., who shot President Ronald Reagan in an assassination attempt, is a resounding example of white privilege.

Massachusetts GOP candidate Geoff Diehl was caught in a lie that falsely claimed his daughter was made to sign a "white privilege" pledge.

Michael Hosinski was granted early retirement despite video footage showing him chasing after a student, grabbing the student by the backpack, hitting him in the face and slamming him into a wall at Jimtown High School in Elkhart, Indiana.

Kenosha Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger proposed a privileged plea agreement that would dismiss felony counts against Dominick Black, who was charged for buying the rifle Kyle Rittenhouse used to kill two people.

Maryland police officer Anthony Westerman is the second white person convicted of rape in as many weeks to enjoy the privilege of not receiving any jail or prison time for their violent felony offenses. Coincidence?

Matthew Mire was taken safely into custody fatally shooting two people, including a state trooper, wounding three other people and getting into a shootout with another police officer. The only gunshot wound he sustained was self-inflicted.

The University of Kent, which is in the UK, is encouraging students to take a four-hour course on white privilege, pronoun use, and microaggressions, and students who pass the course win a gold star.

Another example of how "cancel culture" never actually cancels out white men.

The Jacksonville Jaguars signing former NFL player Tim Tebow came after accusations of "white privilege" went viral as free agent Colin Kaepernick continues getting snubbed for a second chance on the gridiron.

Amid the ongoing scourge of gentrification in America, three allies have sued a Detroit landlord and are alleging housing discrimination against prospective renters who are Black.

A L.A. County judge dropped a Feb. 2020 public intoxication case against Miya Ponsetto on Thursday after her lawyer argued it was an isolated incident and pointed to her lack of a criminal record during the time of her arrest.