A police report appears to call into question a Portland State University student’s claims of racism from a food cart co-owner.
A group of black Americans, called the Caucus of African American Leaders, demanded that a Maryland county school system should include racism as a mental health disorder.
At Cornell University, a Columbia University adjunct lecturer claimed that by going vegan, people can start the fight against racism directed toward non-white people.
After a female student was expelled from the University of Alabama due to racist remarks in a social media video, the ACLU warned the university that it violated her First Amendment rights.
According to three British professors, statistics are no longer “colorblind” and can be used by “white racial interests” against others.
The way that black quarterbacks are described could be racist, professors allege in a journal article.
Apparently, the incorporation of the American Dream into President Trump’s campaign rhetoric is why one college professor thinks the president is fueled by “racist nativism.”
Dr. Carol Swain counters the Left’s narrative that Republicans appealed to racists in the South to win elections.
A professor implied that saying homework was easy could be construed as racist, then retracted the statement without an explanation.
Evergreen State’s president blamed social media for causing more trouble for the college and amplifying misinformation about the controversies on their campus.