Tucker Carlson guest: Military doesn’t need women or gays, just men who want ‘throne of Chinese skulls’
After appearing on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” conservative radio talk show host Jesse Kelly is now under fire for controversial comments deemed by critics as racist, sexist and homophobic.
How it started: Carlson took a swing at Adm. Christopher Grady, who was appointed vice-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Dec. 17. Carlson addressed Grady’s claim that he would “value working with the military’s gender advisors if confirmed,” according to Rolling Stone.
After keeping a controversial name for decades, a popular toothpaste brand in Asia will have its name changed.
Racism accusations: Hawley & Hazel, a Hong Kong-based manufacturer of oral care products, announced on Tuesday that it will change the Chinese name of its famous Darlie toothpaste from “Black People Toothpaste” (黑人牙膏) to “Haolai” (好來) by March of next year, according to the Hong Kong Free Press (HKFP).
‘What do you illegals have to gripe about?’: Author Qian Julie Wang says she faced racism at book event
New York Times bestselling author Qian Julie Wang recently shared on social media that a woman called her an “illegal” and told her she was “lucky to be in America” during a book event in Larchmont, New York, on Friday.
What happened: Sharing the incident on social media last week, Wang said she was heartbroken by what she experienced at a women’s association book event that she and two other authors – a white man and a white woman – had recently attended.
Social media users expressed concern after Filipino American Honolulu Council member Augie Tulba shared a video showing him in blackface in a parody of “America’s Next Top Model.”
Video resurfaces: The clip, which is more than 10 years old, was reshared by Tulba on Instagram over the weekend, according to KITV. The caption of his post read: “We laughed so hard filming this segment. #FunTimes.”
A man was caught on video verbally attacking an Asian woman with racist “dog-eating” questions while she documented a series of manhole explosions in New York City.
A multinational tech company has apologized for a recent job advertisement that blatantly discriminated against potential Asian applicants.
Aptude, which is based in Illinois, went viral last week over its now-removed LinkedIn ad that sought after a data analyst for the tech company’s office in Menlo Park, California.
A Filipino Canadian man became the target of a racist tirade while commuting on a bus in Burnaby, Vancouver last week.
Danilo Jimenez Jr., who was on his way to work, decided to film the incident over fears that his verbal assailant could do worse.
A 28-year-old man was arrested and charged after assaulting a Filipino woman in Edmonton, Canada earlier this month.
The incident happened at an apartment complex on the west side of Edmonton on July 6 at around 9:15 p.m. when the suspect, identified as Rylee Dodd, spewed racist remarks at Patricia Medrano, according to the Daily Hive.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with a statement from Fang. She told NextShark that the woman’s identity remains unknown and that she has received anonymous messages from a person denying that they are racist.
An elderly couple in San Jose, California allegedly fell victim to a racist woman who called them “disgusting” over the weekend.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with a statement from the Saskatoon Police Service.
A 15-year-old Chinese Canadian was reportedly attacked by a grown adult while riding his bike in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
A number of unidentified individuals allegedly crashed a Zoom meeting of the California Polytechnic State University’s Chinese Students’ Association (CSA) club and hurled racial slurs.
The group encountered racist individuals during their weekly CSA Zoom meeting on Tuesday night, according to a statement posted on the CSA’s official Facebook group.
A St. Louis County restaurant faced backlash for a racist piñata it displayed as it kept doors open to customers despite COVID-19 lockdown orders.
On May 4, Camila’s Tex Mex, located in Eureka, MO, allowed people to enter its establishment due to poor weather conditions even though St. Louis County is currently under lockdown, according to Riverfront Times.