Nicole Chavez, FOX Carolina News

Nicole Chavez

FOX Carolina News

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Nicole:

Judge in Kyle Rittenhouse trial makes inappropriate Asian food joke

The judge presiding over the homicide trial of Kyle Rittenhouse confused observers after making a strange and off-color joke inside the courtroom on Thursday. → Read More

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Judge in Kyle Rittenhouse trial makes inappropriate Asian food joke

The judge presiding over the homicide trial of Kyle Rittenhouse confused observers after making a strange and off-color joke inside the courtroom on Thursday. → Read More

CNN

Judge in Kyle Rittenhouse trial makes inappropriate Asian food joke

The judge presiding over the homicide trial of Kyle Rittenhouse confused observers after making a strange and off-color joke inside the courtroom on Thursday. → Read More

Many Latinos think that having a darker skin color hurts their ability to get ahead, Pew survey finds

More than half of Latinos think their skin color hurts their chances at social mobility and makes them a target of discrimination, a new study from the Pew Research Center → Read More

Texas governor calls books 'pornography' in latest effort to remove LGBTQ titles from school libraries

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, called on the state's school boards to remove books he described as "pornography," a move that comes after at least two state lawmakers have → Read More

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How the Charleston church massacre victims settlement is a symbolic blow to White supremacists

The $88 million settlement announced Thursday with survivors and the families of nine people fatally shot in 2015 at a historically Black church in Charleston, South Carolina, is a "big 'F-you' to White supremacists," an attorney for the victims' families said. → Read More

A Texas lawmaker is investigating 850 books on race and gender that could cause 'discomfort' to students

A Texas Republican lawmaker has launched an inquiry to identify books at public school libraries and classrooms on the subjects of race or sex that might "make students feel discomfort." → Read More

A Black girl was arrested at school in Hawaii over a drawing that upset a parent

The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii is demanding policy changes after a 10-year-old Black girl was arrested at school over a drawing linked to a "run of the mill" → Read More

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A Black girl was arrested at school in Hawaii over a drawing that upset a parent

The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii is demanding policy changes after a 10-year-old Black girl was arrested at school over a drawing linked to a "run of the mill" dispute among children. → Read More

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5 charts that illustrate why being Hispanic or Latino is more than speaking Spanish

James Bosquez grew up being singled out by his cousins for only speaking English and prompting surprised looks from his peers for not getting good grades in Spanish class. → Read More

Canada set to pay billions to Indigenous children removed from their families, court rules

Canada observed its first national holiday honoring victims and survivors of the country's residential school system. → Read More

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'We're here to help you.' What Afghan Americans want refugees fleeing the Taliban to know

Decades after the last major exodus from Afghanistan, refugees find themselves forced to flee their homeland once again as the US war in Afghanistan ends and the Taliban rise to power. → Read More

Abortion funds and providers are seeing an uptick in 'vigilante' calls after Texas ban

Some clinics and groups helping fund abortion care in Texas are seeing an uptick in calls from people trying to "catch" them running afoul of the state's restrictive new ban. → Read More

Asian American leaders fear COVID-19 origin report could fuel more bigotry, violence

"We know that no matter what the report says our community will continue being targeted by those who see us as foreign," Jo-Ann Yoo, executive director for the Asian American Federation, said. → Read More

Asian American leaders fear COVID-19 origin report could fuel more bigotry, violence

"We know that no matter what the report says our community will continue being targeted by those who see us as foreign," Jo-Ann Yoo, executive director for the Asian American Federation, said. → Read More

Asian American leaders fear Covid-19 origin report could fuel more bigotry and violence

Asian American leaders are concerned that a report on the origins of the Covid-19 virus expected to be released this week by the Biden administration will be used to "legitimize → Read More

Asian Americans reported being targeted at least 4,500 times this year

Potri Ranka Manis says she was trying to handout free face masks on the New York City subway when she was assaulted and called a racial slur. → Read More

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Asian Americans reported being targeted at least 4,500 times this year

Potri Ranka Manis says she was trying to handout free face masks on the New York City subway when she was assaulted and called a racial slur. → Read More

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This runner qualified for the Olympics but his DACA status almost kept him away from his dream

When Luis Grijalva crossed the finish line at the NCAA track and field championships last month, he knew he could reach his Olympic dream. → Read More

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One of the largest teachers' unions will defend educators who teach 'honest history'

As some states move toward banning critical race theory from public schools, the president of the second-largest teachers' union in the country has vowed to defend teachers against any backlash. → Read More