“Up until last night, I didn't think that I would be affected by that. I didn't think that I was a target."
America is on fire. The murder of George Floyd has sparked protests in major cities throughout the United States, but Twitter is noticing many of those inciting violence, besides the authorities, don't seem to be actually in line with the cause.
Hundreds of people gathered in Anaheim on Wednesday night to protest a fight between a teenage boy and an off-duty LAPD officer, who fired his weapon toward the crowd.
From DC to London to Cape Town to Chicago, protesters took to the streets to speak out against President Trump and stand up for women's, civil and human rights.
While President Trump's inauguration ceremony closed the eight-year chapter of Barack Obama's presidency, protesters took to the streets, clashing with police an hour before ceremonies.
Anger, frustration and fear took over many Americans after Donald Trump's shocking presidential victory.
The 83-year-old judge said Kaepernick and others who refuse to salute the flag are "dumb and disrespectful" during an interview with Yahoo!.
Two incidents on opposite sides of the world show the outright hostility that some Black women face regarding their hair.
According to Milwaukee police, an unnamed man was shot early Monday morning and transported to a nearby hospital in an armored vehicle during the protests. An officer was also injured and taken to the hospital after a rock broke through the windshield of his squad car.