V. Stiviano, the woman whom Donald Sterling was talking to when he made racist remarks, is “very saddened” by his lifetime NBA ban, and she didn’t release the recording of their conversation, her lawyer said Tuesday.
Los Angeles Clippers Head Coach and Senior Vice President of Basketball Operations Doc Rivers spoke out Monday, giving a statement on behalf of the Clippers organization in light of the controversy surrounding the alleged racist comments of owner Donald Sterling.
Thus far, the allegedly racist comments from Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has triggered reactions from his players, his coach, former all-stars, and a number of public figures — including the President of the United States.
The Clippers ran out of the tunnel for Game 4 of their first-round playoff series at Golden State on Sunday wearing their warm-up uniforms.
The ban would apply to property owned or operated by the state.
The cross-town rivalry between UCLA and USC was put aside last night as Asian-American students gathered in solidarity to discuss a racist flyer that was distributed at both schools.
Los Angeles band Day Above Ground is under fire for a new song about Asians that some are calling racist and offensive.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson was in Los Angeles Friday to discuss voting rights issues.
Some students skipped classes Thursday morning after racially charged graffiti targeting African Americans was discovered on the walls of Agoura High School.
Racist graffiti targeting African American students was discovered on walls at Agoura High School over the past few days.
Some Asian Americans expressed their outrage over a taxpayer-funded video mocking the Asian community at the city’s Board of Public Works meeting on Monday.
A UC Irvine student says she is considering leaving the school after someone placed a racist note in her backpack.
The Los Angeles Police Department is doing some soul searching on racism in the ranks.
Civil rights attorney Connie Rice said relations between the LAPD and Angelenos could be damaged in the face of racism allegations against the department made by triple homicide suspect Christopher Dorner.
Unfortunately, political poll after political poll reveals that the presidential election of 2012 has much to do – in fact, more to do – with the race of the presidential candidate than most anything else.