Racism

im Crow-era memorabilia placed throughout Indiana Rep. Greg Pence's Edinburgh mall have faced renewed scrutiny from his district, even making national headlines.

Primark faces some social media backlash after removing a The Walking Dead t-shirt that at least one customer found racist.

[Listen] @kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com “Access Indy with Kim Wells” In President Donald Trump’s era we’re observing that hate continues across the nation. Observers are on the look out that America is becoming ‘Land of the Free…Home to Feel Free to Hate.’  We’ve not only got to pray for peace and love…but we’ve got to actively work on it […]

A white high school football player was forced to issue and apology after a Snapchat went viral. Why? Because of the caption that referred to a Black cheerleader at his school as the ‘n’ word. The Root reports: Tyler Tackett, a student at Western High School in Russiaville, Ind., posted a Snapchat showing him, a fellow […]

A Howard County high school teacher who was placed on administrative leave comes back after administrators investigate offensive lesson.

“Attitudes about my presidency among whites in northern states are very different from whites in southern states,” POTUS told CNN.

@kwellscomm  As Heard on #AccessIndy… — This week the Southern Poverty Law Center held a press conference that Access Indy attended to address the hate, harassment and upticks of violence that have occurred in this nation since November’s general election and the victory of President-elect Donald J. Trump. The SPLC released two reports that should […]

Hate is intensifying across America three weeks after Donald Trump was elected president. And William Sims, 28, a promising and successful African-American musician from Richmond, California, was the victim of a fatal hate crime on Nov. 12 just days after the contentious presidential election. Sims was found beaten and shot on a roadway outside a […]

Michaels released a statement condemning any form of "discrimination or racism" against employees, and vowed to launch an internal investigation.

The day after Tuesday's election, a seemingly record number of racial incidents were captured by social media users.

Author Cornell Belcher declares that the rise of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump "was a predictable backlash from America electing its first Black president."