Papa John’s served a Harlem resident a hot slice of racism, according to the New York post. When Minhee Cho, 24, ordered a pizza from the chain restaurant she was surprised to see that her receipt identified her using a racial slur referring to her eyes.
A Bronx Catholic school principal who was the focus of controversy after a published report revealed his writings and views were tied to white supremacy has been let go.
Was she trying to get out of jury duty? Or when she wrote in the questionnaire that “African-Americans, Hispanics and Haitians” are the three people I admire the least — is that how she really felt?
While trying to get home to Brooklyn after a night out at a Soho club, Jerrell Horton said he was shunned by a cab driver, who dragged him a block before he could free himself.
There’s unrest at a Bronx cemetery, as dozens picketed outside Woodlawn Cemetery on Saturday, carrying signs and asking to bury racism.
A Freeport police lieutenant has filed a lawsuit claiming that she was demoted earlier this year because she’s a white female.