New York City police said Thursday that the department has launched a hate crime investigation of a well-known butcher accused of giving a noose to a Black delivery man.
A Manhattan district attorney said Monday that the White male who fatally stabbed a Black male in New York after hatching a plan to kill African-American men because of hatred faces a murder as an act of terrorism charge.
Racial Slur painted over on interracial couple's home. The couple vowed to leave the slur until police made an arrest.
The NAACP slams Stamford, Connecticut officials. It calls for a full police investigation of the crime.
Canada's prime minister calls the Quebec mosque shooting a 'terrorist attack on Muslims.' Two gunmen killed at least six worshippers.
The quick arrest of the individuals involved in the torture attack prompts questions about the value of Black and White lives.
A prosecutor files criminal charges against a White teen for his racist online video. He's also offered a plea deal.
Authorities arrest five teenage boys for spray painting racist graffiti on an historic Black schoolhouse. However, they declined to charge them with a hate crime or identify their race.
Dylann Roof's lawyer, Sarah Gannett, said the charges are "extremely grave" and "under the Constitution they are not properly charged."
Vandals removed American flags and toppled stones of Black veterans. The police are investigating whether it was a hate crime.
Louisiana House Bill 953, or the 'Blue Lives Matter Bill," extends provisions under the current hate crime law, covering police officers, EMS workers and first responders.
Pastor Jordan Brown, founder of the Church of Open Doors in Austin, said in a statement that the grocery chain "did nothing wrong. I was wrong to pursue this matter and use the media to perpetuate this story.”