James Allsup, the controversial former president of the WSU College Republicans, again sparked protests on the Pullman campus this week when he appeared at a College Republican event as a member of the white supremacist group Identity Evropa.
Alex May, a 34-year-old software developer who grew up in Spokane, moved back to town last fall with his wife and family. They bought a home in the Comstock neighborhood. When they were signing the documents to close the sale, they came across the covenant attached to the home’s deed – and their signing agent pointed out that one of the covenants provisions was no longer legally valid: a whites-only provision.
A Boise youth soccer coach is fighting back after receiving a threatening anonymous letter with racial slurs directed at his players.
The up-and-coming generation of white “nationalists” in American colleges are taking the old recipe of racial provocation in a new direction, with the “It’s OK to Be White” campaign.
Spurred by a surge in racist messaging around the region, several local activists have launched the Hate is not Welcome Here campaign, an effort aimed at promoting tolerance.
More than 50 compact discs filled with racist propaganda were placed on the windshields of dozens of cars in the Sandpoint High School parking lot on Thursday, the school’s Cedar Post student newspaper reported.
A Spokane man discovered a pumpkin, with a wooden stave driven into it, covered in racist slurs targeting Arabs, Thursday.
An Idaho credit union issued a public apology after a photo circulated online showing four bank workers dressed as caricatures of black athletes.
A Black Lives Matter protest began in the Spokane County Courthouse on Tuesday morning after two white men accused of hates crimes pleaded not guilty.
WSU President Kirk Schulz said it will take a lot more work to heal the campus after what has been a tiring and tumultuous year.