The Refugee Roadtripping Through Regional Australia To End Racism
Prudence Melom was just four years old when she and her family fled their home in Chad.
Prudence Melom was just four years old when she and her family fled their home in Chad.
An avowed white racist has been executed in Texas for the murder of a black man who was chained to a truck then dragged for five kilometres along a road.
In the aftermath of the Christchurch terror attacks a month ago, New Zealanders are grappling with difficult, albeit necessary, questions about discrimination and casual racism.
UK supermarket chain Waitrose has apologised after a Twitter user drew attention to the labelling on a dark chocolate duck.
Burger King pulled a promotional video in New Zealand showing customers trying to eat burgers with chopsticks after it sparked an outcry in China and demands for an apology from the US fast food chain.
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) charged Facebook Inc on Thursday with violating the Fair Housing Act, alleging that the company’s targeted advertising discriminated on the basis of race and colour.
Vandals have graffitied vile racial slurs and swastikas across three restaurants in Sydney's north west -- an area known for its Asian immigrant population.
A University of Georgia fraternity has been suspended after a viral video appeared to show fraternity members using racial slurs.
Another week, another social media coward slamming an AFL star.
In 2014, prolific director Ridley Scott’s biblical epic "Exodus: Gods and Kings", was criticised for its predominantly white casting.
The far-right extremist behind the Christchurch mosque terror attack, who believes in 'white genocide' is part of a growing number of radicalized Anglo-Australians, experts warn.
A new report has found sensors and cameras used in autonomous cars are better at detecting people with lighter skin tones.
A prominent Jewish Australian has been bombarded with antisemitic harassment in "unprecedented levels", following a campaign against conspiracy theorist David Icke.
French site Reverso has been criticised for offering up anti-Semitic, racist and sexist explanations of words.
A hot air balloon, named 'Black Magic', has been banned by event organisers at this year's Canberra Balloon Spectacular.
The fact that this headline contains the word "latest" is sickening.
When U.S. actor Jussie Smollett claimed he was the victim of a homophobic and racist hate crime last month, everyone from politicians to the Hollywood elite rushed to support him.
The two Nigerian brothers arrested in connection with the assault on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett are no longer suspects in the attack. They're now cooperating with police.
Former Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane knows the subject of his newly published fifth book, On Hate, all too well.
Two department stores pulled shoes from Katy Perry's range after racism claims.
Gucci has removed a controversial sweater from its website and apologised after some people said the sweater resembled blackface.
Virginia Govenor Ralph Northam's medical school yearbook page surfaced Friday, containing a photograph of two unidentified men -- one appears to be wearing blackface standing next to another in a Ku Klux Klan costume.
Actor and singer Jussie Smollett has cancelled a meet and greet session at his first concert back since being the victim of a suspected hate crime in Chicago.
Police are investigating a possible hate crime against 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett who claimed he was attacked on a Chicago street by two men who wrapped a rope around his neck and yelled racial and homophobic slurs.
A Melbourne rabbi has been left "terrified" after being blasted with a shocking anti-Semitic rant while driving, in which he was told he "should have died in Auschwitz".
Former politician Lidia Thorpe told Studio 10 panelist Kerri-Anne Kennerley to 'give up her white privilege' during a heated debate with Jacinta Nampijinpa Price on Australia Day protests.
Thursday, at a Big Bash game in Perth, punters were exposed to a rather racist banner, claiming ‘It’s OK to be white.’
Cricket fans have caused outrage after a banner with a white-supremacist phrase was unveiled at the Big Bash League.
One of the worlds largest instant-noodle company has canned its new advertising campaign after it was ripped to shreds on social media
It's the question that has divided media and critics all week, with no clear-cut or easy answer.
It's the one lyric that had us saying "Zigazig-HUH?" but it looks like the Spice Girls may be changing their tune.
Complaints of racial discrimination made to Victoria's Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission have gone up nearly 90 percent in just one year.
With SMILF about to air its second season, the show's creator has come under fire for alleged on-set misconduct.
Luxury fashion brand Prada has been forced to apologise for its racist cartoon characters, while outright denying the images used blackface imagery.
A man who drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia was convicted on Friday of first-degree murder for killing a woman .
Twitter users have hit out at Disney writer Terry Rossio after he claimed that the term 'anti-vax' was a slur akin to the n-word.
The character has been the subject of fierce debate and protest.
For too long he'd bottled it up.
Soccer stars have called for a ban on a spectator ejected from an A-League game in Mudgee for reportedly racially abusing Brisbane goalkeeper Jamie Young.
The Hollywood film that depicted young neo-Nazis in California is perhaps even more relevant today than in 1998.
Egyptian-born MP Anne Aly has had her electorate office plastered with "white supremacist and neo-Nazi slogans", with multiple posters bearing the phrase "It's OK to be white".
An incident in the Australian parliament has struck a chord with thousands of Australians with non-Anglo names: The Chair of a Senate Committee repeatedly mispronounced my last name.
Dozens of Nationals members are under investigation for links to white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups, with party leader and deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack saying such views are not welcome.
After posting an image of Kendall Jenner wearing her hair in what appears to be an afro, Vogue released a statement to address some serious backlash.
A man on a Ryanair flight from Barcelona to London Stansted airport threatened to "push" a fellow passenger if she didn't change seats.
The viral video featured a white man telling London curry house owners their food wasn't "authentically Indian".
The "Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes" social experiment creator is "shocked and disappointed" in members of Australia's parliament.
Oh sure, the vote was close, but it doesn’t matter how many you lose by.
"Administrative error" was to blame for supporting a white nationalist motion put up by Pauline Hanson, the government says.
A video of the altercation at a corner store which has since gone viral appears to show the woman calling 911 claiming "I was just sexually assaulted by a child."
A youth poetry competition in Germany's southwest descended into controversy after one contestant performed a poem with anti-immigration themes.
Meteorologist Corallys Ortiz has written a passionate response to a viewer who complained about her 'unnatural' looking hair.
The U.S. Coast Guard worker has been removed from Florence duty.
He has called out an Australian editor personally in the his tweet.
"I just felt that at the end of the day that it wasn’t the voices of the maids that were heard."
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Mark Knight's racist Serena Williams cartoon is a frustratingly familiar story.
"The misogynoir in this is disgraceful."
Belgium weather presenter Cécile Djunga has broken down and called for respect and change after a year of unrelenting abuse.
A seemingly sudden and sad death of a young man, quickly turned into headline-grabbing fodder that smelled suspiciously like covert racism.
We take a look back at some of the most iconic protests by sportspeople the world has seen.
'The ignorance of people is astounding. Adelaide is still stuck in the 50s.'
A "simple but symbolic gesture" of solidarity.
Diversity strengthens our culture and economy.
A look at Senator 19 votes.
"We know racism fills the silences, discrimination thrives in the darkness"
"I felt like I was trapped in a Ku Klux Klan rally".
LGBT, Aboriginal and migrant communities face huge homelessness issues.
Authorities are on high alert for planned protests on the anniversary of the rally.
It has been an ugly week in Australian media.
The waiter admitted he wrote the racist message himself and has since deleted the post.
The comedian is facing backlash over a 2013 stand-up performance in which he makes a crude joke about Indigenous women.
The note led to the customer being banned.
"It’s a time in our culture where people love to pretend they’re offended."
"I've reached a conclusion: the dude simply does not seem to give a f**k."
The festival has faced backlash online after announcing the controversial band as part of their lineup.
Students dressed in blackface and as members of the Ku Klux Klan for a "politically incorrect" party.
The travel diaries of the famed scientist revealed xenophobic attitudes during his travels.
Network Ten has also confirmed it will be pulling all episodes effective immediately.
"I might live in a bubble perhaps," Macdonald said, and yep its tough to disagree.
Former Gold Coast player Joel Wilkinson has fronted the media with a bombshell statement after launching legal action against the AFL, claiming the racism he allegedly suffered is still very much alive within the sport.