Harvard University has continuously refused to return a $6.5 million donation made by billionaire and sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein over the past two decades.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America named Alexis McGill Johnson, a former chair of the organization’s board of directors, as its acting president.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced his support Tuesday for establishing a commission to study reparation proposals for black descendants of African slaves.
The scholars behind a popular yet debunked “implicit bias” measurement tool to quantify racism are still trying to defend its legitimacy.
Freshman Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) are holding a press conference Monday evening to respond to taunts from President Donald Trump.
Pop singer Pink slammed critics of photos of her children running through Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial, telling naysayers to “keep your hatred and judgment to yourselves.”
Political commentator Reza Aslan allegedly argued that colleges should establish rules on who is not permitted to speak on campus.
Students at the University of Miami recently signed a fake petition in favor of banning the school’s “Hurricanes” mascot because it is offensive.
A teaching assistant at UC Santa Barbara has come under fire this summer over posts she has made on social media about transgender people. In one post, she said “There is no such thing as actually being transgender (a male woman or a female man). Believing so is a delusion. I will not validate such a decision by validating terms like ‘trans people.’ Interpret that as you will.”
Actress Scarlett Johansson dismissed claims that she should not be allowed to play certain characters because she does not share their experiences, arguing that all “art should be from restrictions.”
Instances of threats or intimidation against conservative students are becoming commonplace, but while these occurrences are predominately known for taking place on college campuses, they affect high school students as well.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) declared Friday it is “stupidly untrue” for her Democratic colleagues of color to say she is playing the “race card” against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
An APA task force pushes “non-monogamous relationships” and a petition to grant protected class status to those with multiple sex partners.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg unveiled his “Douglass Plan,” which he said is for “restoration” of the black community from the effects of racism.
The University of Texas at Austin announced this week that it will offer free tuition to students from families that earn less than $65,000 per year.
A Christian doctor has said that he was allegedly dismissed from his job at a government office because he refused to call “any six-foot-tall bearded man ‘madam’,” an employment tribunal has heard.
A report by the UK’s inspector of prisons has found that one in 50 adult male prisoners identify as transgender or transsexual.
The University of Arizona has spent more than $50,000 defending itself from a lawsuit filed by a professor who claims that she is entitled to gender reassignment surgery under the university healthcare plan.
Two professors published a research paper this summer that argues that the FIFA soccer video game series promotes racism.
NEW YORK (AP) — Nicki Minaj is pulling out of a concert in Saudi Arabia because she says she wants to show support for women’s rights, gay rights and freedom of expression.
Dhillon said the first case championed by the fund would be that of Antifa victim Andy Ngo.
Professor OiYan Poon at Colorado State University has reportedly announced that she is done “going high” when others go low, and is now ready to “punch” those whom she disagrees with politically “in the neck.” The professor also noted that she believes former First Lady Michelle Obama would agree.
A new report suggests that Google will adopt a “respectful code” policy that will eliminate politically incorrect terms used at the company in its programming. The new policy bans common programming terminology like “master and slave,” widely found in both software and hardware, to fight the “harmful effects of bias and discrimination.”
Former Oberlin College President S. Frederick Starr criticized the college’s current leadership in a Wall Street Journal column for its role in spreading misinformation and defamation about local family business Gibson’s Bakery.
Comedian Michael Blackson roasted the organizers of the AfroFuture music festival in Detroit over their policy of charging white people double the price for tickets, saying that such events should always provide “equal opportunity for everybody.”
Openly gay Tunisian lawyer and prominent LGBT rights advocate Mounir Baatour wants to become the next president of Muslim-majority Tunisia, where homosexuality is currently punishable by up to three years in prison, several news outlets reported over the weekend.
Rapper Tiny Jag pulled out of the AfroFuture music festival in Detroit in protest at their policy of charging white people double the price for tickets.