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Kansas Officer Fired After McDonald's Coffee Hoax

An officer at the center of a false account has been relieved of duty, according to Herington Police Chief Brian Hornaday. The officer had previously ...


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Police Officers Fired for Offensive Social Media Posts

Roughly one month after placing an unprecedented 72 officers on desk duty, the Philadelphia Police Department completed its probe into inappropriate social ...


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Prosecutor-Turned-Novelist Scorned for Miscarriage of Justice

Former prosecutor Linda Fairstein is facing a barrage of criticism for the way she handled her most infamous case. This resulted in several African American ...


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Editor Apologizes for Yearbook Photo in Expose on Blackface

When Nicole Carroll authorized a story on blackface photos and other racist imagery in yearbooks, she probably assumed it would have an illuminating impact ...


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Cancer and Suffering Can Obliterate Racism

The first time you park your car in the vast, cold cavern of the underground garage and step onto the [hospital] elevator, you may feel alien and forsaken. ...


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Google Searches Show Disturbing Truths about Our Prejudices

Everybody lies, but Google searches reveal our darkest secrets. That's the conclusion of US data scientist Seth Stephens Davidowitz, who analyzes anonymous ...


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Attorney Berates Cashier for Speaking a Language Highlighted on His Website

A high-powered New York attorney went viral recently, but for all the wrong reasons.

Handheld cell-phone video of Aaron Schlossberg spread like wildfire ...


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Air Force Academy Head Challenges Racism on Campus

After racial slurs were scrawled outside black students' doors at the US Air Force Academy's preparatory school, Superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria ...


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Frederick Douglass Challenged Christians to Live Without Hypocrisy

In his 77 years, Frederick Douglass, America's most famous abolitionist, delivered thousands of speeches, wrote three autobiographies, started newspapers, ...


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'Klan Whisperer' Dismantles White Supremacy through Conversation

Daryl Davis tends to attract attention and vitriol whenever he's seen at political demonstrations, but he's used to it.

According to CNN, in early December, ...


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