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'This court does not feel this amount is excessive,' Judge Jane Barwick says
'In the picture of how racial supremacy and environmental decay are put together, violence is front and center'
Trump retweets without comment the video of the white couple pointing a semi-automatic rifle and a handgun at the protesters, the majority of whom were black
Racism has been a central feature of the way the United States has waged its wars
'In the name of history, whether you're black or white, rich or poor, Democrat or Republican, I ask you today to stand in the name of history,' Democratic senator Derrick T Simmons urges his colleagues before the vote
The phrase 'white power' is considered synonymous with a call for white supremacism. The phrase has been espoused by neo-Nazis, skinheads, and Ku Klux Klan members.
Elijah McClain, 23, died last August in Aurora, near Denver, 3 days after he was put in a chokehold by police, injected with ketamine to sedate him, and suffered cardiac arrest
(UPDATED) Unilever is dropping 'Fair' from the name of its Fair & Lovely cream, saying it is 'committed to celebrating all skin tones'
'We have made significant strides since Mr Onyeama was at Eton but... we have to have the institutional and personal humility to acknowledge that we still have more to do,' says the school head
'Now they are looking at Jesus Christ, they are looking at George Washington, they are looking at Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson,' Trump alleges
9 counts, including murder, aggravated assault, and false imprisonment are laid against the 3 men
'If you are performatively hashtagging about the murders of Michael, Breonna, and Trayvon, you cannot congratulate the murders of Kian, Jefferson, Carl, and over 20,000 other Filipinos'
The new, aggressive stand by Twitter on rule-breaking by the president stands in contrast with Facebook, which has maintained a largely hands-off policy
'How come Filipino postcolonial sensitivities side with the white colonizers rather than with the formerly colonized (such as ourselves) and enslaved peoples?'
Several hundred protestors are pushed back by at least 100 security force personnel after they had thrown ropes around the statue of Andrew Jackson
Former US president Theodore Roosevelt, while celebrated as a conservationist and progressive at the time, also held racist views towards black and Native American people, according to the American Museum of Natural History website
Numerous studies show that black business owners, and in particular those in the food industry, are among the worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic in the United States
'We tend to think we are the crème de la crème of Southeast Asia mainly because of our high proficiency in [English]'
An initially strongly-worded text proposed earlier this week is watered down, first to remove the call for an international probe, and finally to strip away any mention of the United States
US Senator Amy Klobuchar says the protests that erupted in the aftermath of a brutal police killing of a black man in her state of Minnesota helped her realize the need for greater diversity in the presidential contest
Research finds that nearly 100 clergymen and 6 governors plus 4 directors of the bank benefitted from slavery
Juneteenth is most often celebrated with backyard cookouts and prayer services but some cities hold parades and other events
The American Civil Liberties Union warns countries that 'partial or half-baked measures of accountability won't remedy structural racism'
Atlanta District Attorney Paul Howard says police officer Garrett Rolfe aggravated the case by kicking Rayshard Brooks' body as he lay on the ground bleeding
'This is not about trying to create partisan differences. This is about coming together and getting an outcome,' says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
(UPDATED) The Aunt Jemima line of pancake syrup and batter will be renamed, while the Uncle Ben's brand of rice dishes will 'evolve'
'You in the United Nations are your brothers' and sisters' keepers in America, and you have the power to help us get justice for my brother George Floyd,' says Philonise Floyd
'Adidas and Reebok have always been and will always be against discrimination in all forms,' says Adidas
'Racism operates under similar rules with the pandemic we face. Its spread and reach are dependent on the ignorance and selfishness of individuals.'
Officials say the suspect is associated with the underground 'boogaloo bois' ideology, which espouses a mix of anti-government extremism and civil and race war.
'When national processes consistently fail, international processes are needed,' says John Fisher, head of Human Rights Watch's Geneva office
(UPDATED) The presidential directive provides funding incentives for police departments nationwide to include a ban on choke holds and extra training on guidelines for the use of force
Camouflage uniforms and combat gear, heavily armored anti-mine vehicles, and high-powered assault weapons – they aren't there by accident
Questions are also raised following a similar death last month of another black man
The mayor describes the police shooting of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks as a 'murder' and said it 'didn't have to end that way'
It is only the fifth time in the council's 14-year history that it has agreed to hold an 'urgent debate,' which is a special debate agreed upon within a regular session of the council
Britain has been rocked by protests against racial discrimination, some of them violent, following the death of George Floyd
'There are 3 million Filipinos in the US for whom racism is a daily experience. I personally experienced this racism.'
A Wendy's restaurant where 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks was killed is set on fire, and hundreds of people march to protest the killing
'We're seeing tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions, of Americans wrestling with fundamental questions of what do we do with the unsavory – and, let's be frank, even immoral – aspects of our past.'
French police have often faced accusations of excessive violence, with some incidents caught on video sparking widespread outrage
Waves of global anti-racism protests have reinvigorated campaigners against the brutal exploitation of Belgium's former central African colonies
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson believes peaceful anti-racism demonstrations in London have been 'hijacked by extremists'
Trudeau himself takes a knee, a popular protest gesture, at a demonstration outside his office
'You always have a bad apple, no matter where you go,' says Trump, who is making law and order a new keystone of his bid to win a second term
Leloy Claudio talks to Sheila Coronel and Vince Rafael about the relevance of the Black Lives Matter movement to Filipinos
10 bases honoring generals from the secessionist South, which lost the Civil War and its struggle to preserve slavery, are in the spotlight
Beijing issues warnings that Chinese should avoid Australia due to concerns about racist incidents targeting ethnic Asians during the coronavirus pandemic
'There's no shame in having biases,' but it's important to recognize and not act on them, says Anne-Marie Hakstian, a professor at Salem State University
'I want someone strong, and someone who is ready to be president on day one,' Biden says