Buffalo, New York: Memorial of flowers with dove cut-outs with the names of the victims of the mass shooting in Buffalo NY at a Tops supermarket. (Shutterstock) By Stephen T. Watson , Lou Michel, Buffalo News Law enforcement officials who investigate mass shootings sometimes struggle to to find out what led the assailant to commit […]
Despite Evidence, Rep. Stefanik Denies Role in Mainstreaming “Invasion” and “Great Replacement” Conspiracy Theories
Washington, DC, USA – September 23, 2020: A protester at the March for Justice for Breonna Taylor holds a sign that says, “End the pandemic of white supremacy” (Shutterstock) Washington, DC – Following the white supremacist killings in Buffalo, we highlighted how the gunman’s online manifesto included Great Replacement Theory and “invasion” language that echoed those of […]
Grand Rapids, MI – May 30, 2020: Downtown Grand Rapids Michigan where a protest began peacefully and grew into a much more dangerous situation as the local police attempted to break up the gathering. (Shutterstock) By Safia Samee Ali, NBC News GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — In a broad hall of a newly renovated church along […]
By Mike Householder and Ed White, AP DETROIT (AP) — An independent autopsy confirms that Patrick Lyoya, a Black man, was shot in the back of the head by a Michigan police officer while facedown on the ground, lawyers for his family said Tuesday. The finding by a former Detroit-area medical examiner matches what was […]
Brussels, Belgium – April 7, 2022: Horizontal Picture of Huge Vertical NATO Flag Waving in the Wind in the Cinquantenaire Parc. (Shutterstock) By Amoz JY Hor, The Washington Post The invasion of Ukraine has been horrifying to witness. Early on, some observers repeatedly expressed the idea that the invasion of Ukraine is especially horrifying because, […]
Thousands of African immigrants joining throngs of Ukrainians trying to flee the country say they face red tape and discrimination.
War refugees are waiting at the train station while the Hungarian red cross and volunteers are giving out clothes, food, water, pillows and other donations. – Budapest, Hungary – 03 01 2022 (Shutterstock) By Char Adams, Zinhle Essamuah, Shamar Walters and Rima Abdelkader, NBC News Alexander Somto Orah, 25, was among thousands of people crowding […]
By Hansi Lo Wang, NPR The 2020 census continued a longstanding trend of undercounting Black people, Latinos and Native Americans, while overcounting people who identified as white and not Latino, according to estimates from a report the U.S. Census Bureau released. Latinos — with a net undercount rate of 4.99% — were left out of […]
Moroccan students recount their experience of discrimination at the hands of Ukrainian soldiers and citizens as they fled the Russian war.
Medyka, Poland 03.05.2022 – Refugees from Ukraine at the border crossing in Medyka. (Shutterstock) By Arwa Ibrahim, Aljazeera When Amani al-Attar left Dnipro in southeast Ukraine on the second day of the Russian invasion, she thought it would be a matter of hours before she crossed into the safety of neighbouring Poland. Instead, the 25-year-old […]
Budapest, Hungary – 03 01 2022: War refugees are waiting at the train station while the Hungarian red cross and volunteers are giving out clothes, food, water, pillows and other donations. (Shutterstock) By Grace Hauck, USA Today Hundreds of refugees from Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq and Yemen were stranded at the border of Belarus and Poland […]
By Denny Ceizyk, Lending Tree Black Americans frequently face challenges achieving homeownership, even in areas with large Black populations, according to a 2021 LendingTree study. Those fortunate enough to overcome financial hurdles to become homeowners may face a different obstacle: appraisal discrimination. The newest LendingTree survey finds that more than 1 in 5 Americans who’ve […]