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The Boston Bruins and the owner of the Washington Capitals are scolding hockey fans who let loose with a burst of racist comments directed at Joel Ward after the black Canadian player scored an overtime goal that won their playoff series for the Caps
Moments after the puck found the back of the net, however, came a new low. Fans then began posting racist comments on Twitter about Ward, who is black and grew up in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough. More related to this story Video The insults were
Brentwood and Monessen to look at charges of racial slurs from Brentwood students and players. Monessen fans and players claimed Brentwood students and players used racist comments during a Feb. 3 game. Tim O'Malley said. "The board will listen and
According to [Football.Fr] Real Madrid player Mesut Ozil was quoted, “I did this because I was defending my religion because David Villa
The Danish leader of a press freedom group has been fined 5,000 kroner ($1,000) for making a series of insulting and degrading statements about Muslims that violate Denmark's racism law. The Eastern High Court says Lars Hedegaard of the International
Sally Kern is a contraversial Oklahoma lawmaker, and once again, she has made comments that have some asking for her resignation. The comments were about minorities and women during a discussion about affirmative action. Sally Kern said, "
Ariel Jerozolimski [file] Herzog denies making racist comments about Majadele 04/17/2011 08:38 WikiLeaks cable shows Labor chief said appointment of Arab MK weakens party's standing; Herzog says comments must be "seen in perspective." MK Isaac Herzog
Australia (AP) — Australia's defense minister said Friday that he has apologized to his Afghan counterpart for racist comments made by Australian soldiers serving in Afghanistan that were posted on Facebook and broadcast on Australian television.
Minister Stephen Smith has personally apologised to his Afghan counterpart for offensive comments posted by some Australian soldiers on Facebook. Mr Smith described as "appalling" the conduct of a small number of soldiers who now face disciplinary
A poor white farmer had come to Sherrod asking for assistance and she told her au dience how she had dismissed his appeal thinking "his own kind would take care of him. The video excerpt became a sensation and was highlighted by commentators on the