"How dark! No! How ugly!" a Mexican social media star exclaimed after accidentally using a filter that darkened her face during a live broadcast on Instagram, reigniting the country's longstanding debate about racism.
Chicago artists are using boarded-up storefronts to make a statement about racism and hope to make a difference with their paintings and murals.
England football aficionados rallied behind in the favour of the soccer start Marcus Rashford in the racial abuse row on Tuesday. The fans showed their support and sympathy for the player by scribing graffiti on a wall painting in his support, calling him national hero.
Racism reared its ugly head once again as Lewis Hamilton became the second victim within a fortnight on Monday. Hamilton was subjected to online racist abuse following a crash with the championship leader Max Verstappen of Red Bull at the British Grand Prix.
Robinson, in a statement issued after play on Wednesday, said he was "embarrassed" and "ashamed" by the posts. "I want to make it clear that I'm not racist and I'm not sexist," he added.
Gareth Southgate says his England players are “role models” as a row simmered over the team’s decision to take the knee at Euro 2020 to highlight the issue of racial injustice. Southgate’s side were booed by a section of the crowd at Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium when they made
Hollywood stars, including Justin Bieber, Anne Hathaway, John Boyega and Viola Davis, are outraged over the death of George Floyd, and have lashed out at the racist treatment of black people in the US.
The government of New York struck a deal with luxury fashion brand Prada to make efforts to fight racism and promote diversity following a controversial line of products released by the brand.
For years, cosmetics giants have marketed skin whitening creams to women across the globe with less-than-subtle ads promoting "fair skin” as more desirable than naturally darker shades.