Aledo Residents Shed Tears, Share Shock Over Students' Mock 'Online Slave Trade'Aledo ISD said it learned of an incident with students from the Daniel Ninth Grade Campus involving racial harassment and cyberbullying several weeks ago.
'We Have A Problem In Parker County,' Minority Students Allegedly 'Slave Traded' Online By Classmates A group of students in Aledo ISD are facing disciplinary action after allegedly creating an online "slave auction" featuring black classmates.
Prosecutors Seek 5-Year Term For Ex-Leader Of Neo-Nazi Group, John Cameron DentonJohn Cameron Denton, of Montgomery and others involved in the plot made at least 134 threats to injure people and institutions, often for racist reasons, Justice Department prosecutors wrote.
Dallas Rally, Vigil Held To Denounce Racism And Attacks On Asian ResidentsAt Dealey Plaza on Sunday, the Dallas Peace and Justice Center and more than a dozen other nonprofits hosted a rally and candlelight vigil denouncing racism and attacks on Asian Americans.
Plano ISD Says Action Taken In Wake Of Race-Based Bullying Against Middle School StudentPlano ISD announced Tuesday, disciplinary action has been taken two weeks after an extreme case of bullying at an off-campus sleepover.
Plano ISD, Police Investigating Allegations Of Race-Based Assaults, BullyingAt a news conference Tuesday, Plano ISD Superintendent of Schools Sara Bonser addressed recent allegations of bullying and racism.
Victims Of Asian Hate Crimes In Texas & Across US Reflect 1 Year Into COVID PandemicA family in Texas was nearly stabbed to death inside a Sam's Club in 2020. The attack has left Bawi Cung and his two young sons with scars — some visible, some not.
Threatening Incidents With Trump Supporters On Airlines Prompts Worry From President Of Flight Attendants UnionJulie Hedrick released a statement detailing some of those incidents -- from alleged racism to mask refusal -- and how she feels about it.
Texas County Judge Is Suspect In Vandalism Of Courthouse Segregation-Era ‘Negroes’ SignA Black elected official in Texas was in the spotlight late in 2020 when he was relegated to a basement office space that had the word “negroes” on a nearby archway, now the county judge who worked to 'resolve' the incident is a suspect in the segregation-era sign's vandalism.
Ellis County Constable Gets New Office Space Away From Offensive SignEllis County Judge Todd Little worked to make sure Constable Curtis Polk got an office of his own and out of the basement away from the offensive sign.
Outrage Over Ellis County's Only Black Elected Official Assigned Office Near Decades-Old Derogatory SignOver an archway, the word “negroes” appears in paint that’s chipped away over time. It marks the spot of a public water fountain Black residents were restricted to using.
Former Texas Football Star Emmanuel Acho Tackles Racism In New Book 'Uncomfortable Conversations With A Black Man'Emmanuel Acho's YouTube series with the same name has already amassed over 65 million views in five months.
Political Sign Spray Painted With 'KKK' Outside Bedford Polling StationVoters lining up outside the Bedford Public Library saw dozens of campaign signs, but one was hard to miss.
New Alert On Yelp Will Flag Businesses Accused Of Racist BehaviorThe crowdsourced review platform Yelp has announced that, as a warning to users, it will flag businesses that have been accused of "overt" racism.
'Speak Up!' — 'Sesame Street' Tackles Racism In TV SpecialThe special defines racism and shows how it can be hurtful. It urges children who encounter racism or hear someone else be the victim of it to call it out.