Starbucks To Close 8,000+ Stores To Conduct Racial-Bias TrainingStarbucks will close more than 8,000 US stores on afternoon of May 29 to conduct racial-bias education for employees.
Roseville Basketball Players Push Back On Accusation Of RacismSome Roseville High School basketball players are firing back after their team was accused of racist behavior.
Parent: Racist Culture At Roseville High School Needs To Be AddressedA Twin Cities high school is under fire for a controversial award given out at a team banquet.
Study: Stark Racial Gaps Evident In Minn. Student DisciplineA new study highlighting wide gaps in school discipline between Minnesota's white and minority students is raising concerns among state human rights leaders.
‘We Are Moving Backwards’: Alan Page Talks ‘Take A Knee’The protest against racism is something retired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page knows something about.
'I'm Not A Racist': Trump Defends Himself After Disparaging Comments"No, No. I'm not a racist. I am the least racist person you have ever interviewed. That I can tell you."
Racial Firestorm Surrounds Trump Over MLK Holiday WeekendThe first Martin Luther King Jr. holiday of Donald Trump's presidency is taking place amid a racial firestorm of Trump's own making.
Under New Rules, Twitter Suspends White NationalistsTwitter suspended the accounts of well-known white nationalists Monday, moving swiftly after putting into place new rules on what it sees as abusive content.
White Millennials Split On Whether Trump Is RacistAll millennials say racism is one of the top three problems, and agree African-Americans experience the most racial discrimination.
After Ugly Incident In Fargo, A Push For Hate Crime LawsIt was one of the uglier incidents in recent memory in North Dakota's largest city, Fargo: A white woman was captured on cellphone video shouting "We're going to kill all of you" at three Somali women in a Walmart parking lot.
Colleges Prep For More Hate Following CharlottesvilleThe bloodshed in Charlottesville last weekend wasn't the first clash between far-right extremists and counter-protesters on or near campus.
Family Denounces Fargo Man At Charlottesville Rally As 'Crazy Nazi'A Fargo man who was outed online as participating in the violent Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally has been publicly renounced by his family, who called his worldview "vile, hateful and racist."

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