Police in Britain tasered their own race relations advisor after mistaking him for a wanted man.
Police in Britain tasered their own race relations advisor after mistaking him for a wanted man.
On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” columnist Charles Krauthammer stated President Obama’s argument that race relations have gotten better during his presidency is the president “deluding himself.” Krauthamemr said, “The president is deluding himself.” He added
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – Tulane University’s student government is requesting that students and professors add their preferred gender pronoun at the end of emails and during conversations on campus.
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – During a demonstration on the Tulane University campus, protesters largely from social justice organizations demanded white students be held accountable for perceived racism on campus.
John Wiley Price, the flamboyant, often outspoken, bowtie-wearing Dallas County commissioner indicted on 13 counts of bribery, corruption, and tax evasion, heads to trial in early 2017.
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – A group aligned with Black Lives Matter (BLM) again vandalized a New Orleans, Louisiana monument with fake blood.
JACKSON, Mississippi – Community organizers’ efforts to purge the Mississippi State Flag for its use of Confederate iconography see a path to victory in a Hillary Clinton presidency.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – The New Black Panthers arrived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to demand reforms be made within the city’s police department, while protesting that they were “not a hate group.”
Attorneys handling a lawsuit filed against the city of Baton Rouge by #BlackLivesMatter protester DeRay Mckesson announced that a settlement may soon be reached between the two parties. The lawsuit challenged their arrests during a protest in the area that followed an officer-involved shooting of a black man.
Babu Omowale, the national chairman for the People’s New Black Panther Party, is not excited about the candidates this year’s presidential election, stating that neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump represent the interests of African Americans.
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – The ‘Take ‘Em Down Nola’ group, which has aligned itself with the Black Lives Matter movement, is now saying publicly they plan to tear down New Orleans’ most iconic monument in the city.
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – An organization aligned with the Black Lives Matter movement is now threatening the City of New Orleans publicly, defacing historical monuments and demanding they be torn down.
HAMMOND, Louisiana – A Louisiana resident’s response to President Obama’s nondiscrimination memo to flood victims in the region, where he lectured to victims on the issue of racism, is now going viral.
A play on the phrase “Black Lives Matter” in the San Francisco Police Department’s union newsletter now has the SFPD under fire, ABC 7 reports. The controversial photo features two labs. The black one is wearing a sign that reads, “Black Labs Matter,”
In its worst moments — such as the one we are enduring now — Black Lives Matter has inspired violence, terrorized police, driven up crime, and divided Americans. Still, the experience has produced three basic lessons — and raised one lingering question.
While the MSM wants to pitch Baton Rouge as an example of racist America, when I talk to the residents of Baton Rouge—some white but mostly black—I’ve gotten a different story; one that’s more complex than the simple paint-by-numbers Democrat narrative that the media is shoving down America’s throat.
Watch the full episode of Milo and Ann Coulter’s latest discussion, with topics ranging from Hillary Clinton to Black Lives Matter.
Former NYPD detective Bo Dietl told Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon that there is no leadership with President Barack Obama: “You have no leadership. This guy should be back on his plane. Get your butt back here to the United States. Your country. You’ll lose it–because he divided this country. I’ve never seen race relations so bad.”
Despite two terms of President Barack Obama, black Americans remain pessimistic about racial divides and the likelihood that they will ever achieve true equality with whites.
The percentage of Americans who say they worry about race relations has reached its highest level in 15 years, according to a Gallup survey released Monday.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has won the Mississippi Democrat primary, widening her delegate count over self-avowed socialist Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a good time to assess where we are in relation to Dr. King’s dream. Have we achieved it? Are we closer? Might we be further away? In an interview with The Right Voice, Breitbart News’ Jerome Hudson weighed in on King’s dream and race in America under the leadership of President Barack Obama.
Gallup reports that after dropping to 48 percent in 2014 — from 54 percent and 58 percent between 2010 and 2013 — this year Americans 56 percent of Americans said they would rate the honesty and ethics of police as either “high” or “very high.”
The second season of hit Fox television series Empire premieres later this month – and creator Lee Daniels says the show has come along at a particularly rocky time for race relations in the United States.
Louisiana state Senator Elbert Guillory–who became the first black Republican senator in Louisiana since Reconstruction upon switching parties in 2013–has released a YouTube video in which he drops a series of racial epithets, including the N-word, to open up what he calls a dialogue on race.
The 2015 Miss USA pageant—which was rife with controversy surrounding GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump—posed questions on race relations to two of the final five contestants.
“When it comes to race, America is a better and more tolerant and more welcoming place than it has ever been. So why is it that even today, so many black families feel left behind?” asked Perry, noting that African-Americans continued to economically lag behind other Americans. Democrats have long had the opportunity to govern in African-American communities. It is time to help black families hold them accountable for the results.
Just as Martin O’Malley, Baltimore’s Democrat ex-mayor, prepares to announce a run for the White house, he faces devastating and detailed criticism for his role in creating the mess in Baltimore from a noted expert on the city: David Simon, reporter, author, and creator of the seminal HBO crime drama The Wire.
JERUSALEM, Israel — Thousands of Ethiopian immigrants to Israel continued their nationwide protest against police brutality on Sunday evening, shutting down a major highway for three hours and demonstrating in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square. As in protests last Thursday in Jerusalem, the Tel Aviv protest turned violent, and 27 law enforcement officers were injured, according to Ynet. The protests were sparked by video of two policemen beating an Ethiopian soldier in uniform.
Hunger Games actress Amandla Stenberg is the latest, and perhaps youngest, voice to join the conversation about culture appropriation in Hollywood.
Joining a list of fresh ideas, Seattle, Wa-based Starbucks announced a partnership with Dannon on Tuesday that will offer a new healthy line of beverages, including a version of the now-trending kale smoothie.
The Starbucks coffee chain announces a “race relations initiative” to allow employees to opine about race, whether customers like it or not. Perhaps some quick-thinking restaurant chains will begin advertising themselves as peaceful politics-free zones where people can enjoy meals and beverages without being proselytized from every angle.
Nigel Farage has claimed the media “wilfully misinterpreted” his comments on discrimination legislation. The UKIP leader had been arguing laws banning companies from favouring British workers should be scrapped, but it was reported as him wanting to repeal race discrimination
Charles Blow, a black, left-wing New York Times columnist, took to Twitter and the pages of the Times to excoriate Yale and a campus police officer over his son being detained at gunpoint. Apparently, Blow’s son met the description of
While Americans are generally more satisfied with their quality of life ahead of the State of the Union his year than they were last year, Americans’ outlook on race relations have taken a nose dive, according to a new poll. A mere 30 percent of Americans polled expressed satisfaction with the state of race relations, down 25 percentage points from 2014, when 55 percent said they were satisfied.
A new Gallup poll finds that Americans’ satisfaction with race relations have plunged 21-points since 2008.
The stakes are pretty high for “Selma,” a historical biopic about the landmark 1965 civil rights march that focuses on the relationship between civil rights leader Martin Luther King and President Lyndon Johnson. Even before it hit screens, the critically-acclaimed
A member of John Boehner’s inner circle is under fire even as the House Speaker is at his most vulnerable. Exactly one week before the House GOP’s top official will seek re-election to his post, multiple sources report that his deputy, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, spoke at a conference of white supremacists back in 2002.
Mort Zuckerman and Pat Buchanan expressed their displeasure with Rev. Al Sharpton, awarding him the “Enough Already” award on Friday’s “McLaughlin Group.” Buchanan simply declared that Sharpton deserved the award, while Zuckerman stated “Al Sharpton, we’ve had enough of him over
Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol argued that President Obama set race relations in the US back on Monday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show.” “President Obama and Eric Holder have done damage to race relations, I really am personally distressed about this…the one thing
It is difficult to imagine that New York City mayor Bill de Blasio can continue governing after he has lost the confidence of the police department in such dramatic fashion. On Saturday, police officers staged a silent protest by turning
Six years ago, Americans elected Barack Obama the first black President of the United States. It was a sign–not that racism had disappeared from our country, but that race was no longer an impediment to the highest possible achievement. Obama had