About a dozen Black NYPD officers filed a lawsuit against their department claiming they were pressured to implement racism in their practices.
Trayon Christian was awarded $45,000 from the company this week. The incident happened in April 2013, when the then 19-year-old went to the Manhattan location to purchase a $348 Ferragamo belt. Barneys employees allegedly believed he bought the belt with a fraudulent credit card.
Antonio Ammons, 18, was arrested by a resource officer at Bolivar Central High School along with another student for "indecent exposure" in November.
Ben Carson dismissed the fact that Black men and women are being disproportionately targeted by police, saying he needed more "evidence" that profiling exists in law enforcement.
Roker's experience is not unique -- cabs passing Black men and women is a decades-long problem that has both been addressed through the lens of racial profiling and comedic fodder.
Milwaukee Bucks player John Henson says he was discriminated against after he was denied service at a high-end jewelry store.
A police officer has been fired after footage from his body-cam video showed him releasing a Taser on an unarmed man whose hands were up
The cops allege a backlash after refusing to carry out quotas for tickets, summons or arrests made in predominantly Black and Latino areas
NYPD may start issuing receipts for people who are stopped, frisked, and not arrested explaining the reason for the action.
Dear Rachel Dolezar: Here’s why I’m not going to let you and the media distract me from all the important issues Black America is facing…
It happens at high end retailers like Barney’s, mid-level ones, like Macy’s, and sundry boutiques. That is clear. But having people lurk behind you when you’re on a tampons and cookie dough ice cream run? Come on, son! And yet, four former CVS store detectives in NYC blew the whistle like Too Short, and filed a […]