This Woman Lost Her Job For Sharing Art Showing Lynched KKK Members Because A Colleague Felt "Harassed"
Madison Hartmann worked at SeaQuest in Utah, an aquarium and petting zoo, until she shared artistic images in response to the Black Lives Matter movement.
A TikTok of the men telling actor Alex Marshall-Brown to leave has since gone viral.
Will straight TikTok follow suit?
Police have positively identified the remains as belonging to a man and a woman, whose deaths were ruled as homicides.
Three others are wounded in the shooting at Riverchase Galleria mall.
Three Police Officers Have Been Fired For Their Involvement With A Photo Taken Near Where Elijah McClain Was Arrested In A Chokehold
Another officer who was involved in McClain's arrest has been fired for reacting to the chokehold reenactment photo with "haha."
Both the woman in the video and the man she was with have been charged with assault.
"How do you pee with the pad on? You can’t."
Dozens of streamers have come forward with allegations that they were abused by men on the platform.
The woman identified herself as Sheila Buck, a resident of Tulsa, and said she had a ticket to the rally.
Harsch is one of two Black men whose bodies were found hanging from trees in California.
From Harry Potter, to ’90s nostalgia, to saying "doggo," it turns out millennials are ripe for mockery.
A 27-Year-Old Black Man Was Shot And Killed By Police After They Found Him Asleep In A Car At A Wendy's
After police killed Rayshard Brooks, the Atlanta police chief stepped down, protesters took to the streets and highways chanting "Black Lives Matter," and people set the Wendy's ablaze.
Chief Allan Adam of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation was left bloodied after his arrest in March.
Some want to cover them up. But to others, the series just means too much.
Police say there were no physical altercations or arrests.
The bubble effect applies to TikTok, too.
Instagram, however, would not comment.
Data compiled by a nonprofit organization dedicated to fact-checking worldwide shows videos spreading misinformation have surged on TikTok.
The woman has since apologized and said she is not racist, but was let go from her job.