Racism is the poor treatment of—or violence against—people because of their race. It also often refers to the belief that one race is superior to another, with the dominant racial group benefiting from the oppression of that group or person. Video, captured via phone and spread via the Internet, has shed a light on instances of racism and violence that were once hidden in society.

Despite all of Trump’s complaints, Robert E. Lee allegedly didn’t even want Confederate statues erected
Lee was the general whose statue was at the center of the violence in Charlottesville.
New Economist cover brutally illustrates Trump’s Charlottesville response
The article doesn't pull any punches against President Trump.
There are over 700 Confederate monuments left to remove in the U.S.
Looking for Confederate monuments to rally against? Here's where to start.
Trump lawyer’s ‘I have black friends’ collage is getting hilariously roasted
This isn't the best way to prove you aren't racists.
Republican ‘Fox & Friends’ guest: Trump ‘failed us’
'President Trump, our president, has literally betrayed the conscience of our country.'
While you were sleeping, Baltimore quietly removed all its Confederate statues
'I did not want to endanger people in my own city,' said the mayor.
Kim Kardashian ignites Twitter firestorm over Jeffree Star comments
In a string of Snapchat videos, Kardashian told fans to forget about the past.
Father publicly disowns alt-right son after Charlottesville violence
'Peter Tefft, my son, is not welcome at our family gatherings any longer.'
John Oliver destroys Trump for Charlottesville silence on ‘Last Week Tonight’
'Nazis are like cats; if they like you, it’s because you’re feeding them.'
Pro-Trump internet comedian marched with white supremacists in Charlottesville
The prominent troll did not miss the white supremacist soirée.
Twitter account aims to unmask the white supremacists of Charlottesville
The account's amoral nature has incorrectly identified more than 1 alleged white supremacist.
White supremacist groups expect a recruitment surge after Charlottesville
Hate groups are more common in the U.S. than you thought.
Car plows through dozens of counterprotesters in Charlottesville, 3 confirmed dead
The mayor has indicated that at least one person has died.