Popular "Sesame Street" character Elmo sympathized with refugee kids in an interview Monday with CNN, remarking that they are just like kids in America.
Rob Shimshock | All Articles
St. Louis officials announced Monday the city will remove its Confederate monument by Friday, following an agreement reached with a Civil War museum.
The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) announced Tuesday it will add "woke" and "post-truth" to its lexicon of words.
A university removed guidelines discouraging the expression of "feelings of hatred" on social media after being blasted for the guidelines in a nonprofit's "speech code of the month."
The Washington Post allowed activist and journalist Jose Antonio Vargas to keep his job and even promoted him after he told his editor he was an illegal immigrant, a look back at articles printed in the Post and New York Times in 2011 show.
An institute at the University of California Los Angeles argues that "Trumpism consolidates power through white supremacy, misogyny, nationalism, xenophobia, corporatism, and militarism" and performs research and activism to advance "radical democracy."
North Carolina colleges earned the most pro-free speech ratings from The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), a nonprofit group that tracks civil liberties on campus.
A professor argued that colleges should ban fraternities "which hoard power and influence specifically for white men" in a May op-ed and justified it on a radio show Monday, but paused when addressing black frats Tuesday on Twitter.
A New York restaurant cancelled a would-be Saturday meetup hosted by conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos after threats of a boycott by left-wing activists.
A college campus closed Wednesday and a professor reports having fled the state after calling white people "inhuman assholes" and saying "#LetThemFuckingDie."
Students in Washington, D.C., criticized the use of the term "radical Islam" in a video published Wednesday by Campus Reform.
A professor argued Wednesday that hate speech is linked to PTSD, high blood pressure, and cigarette smoking in making the case for a ban on hate speech.
A prominent illegal immigrant known for working for several major media outlets may be breaking the law in more ways than one, according to legal experts.
Notre Dame profiled one of its graduates Tuesday who is employed at Facebook and compared working at a rape crisis center to combating hate speech on the social media platform.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos appointed a student loan CEO Tuesday to head the Federal Student Aid division of the Department of Education.
Rowan University released guidelines for professors explaining how they can "interrupt microaggressions" that include the "myth of meritocracy," color blindness, and the phrase "that's so gay," Campus Reform reported Monday.
MIT Kicks Students Out Of Dorm Popular With Minorities Because Half Its Residents Don’t Graduate On Time
MIT announced recently that it will close a dorm favored by many minority students because of the low graduation rate and illegal drug abuse among its occupants.
An Alabama mayor offered to take the Confederate statues New Orleans officials removed, according to a Monday report from The Advocate.
A university announced Monday that an introductory diversity course will teach concepts like "inclusive excellence" and "obstacles to inclusion."