The 'Ted' actor, who had been at the forefront of a number of racially motivated attacks as a teenager, faced backlash after paying tribute to George Floyd on Instagram.
As the police attack, bait and kettle protesters, many people have begun conjecturing about how the gatherings will impact the ongoing pandemic. And while I worry about the health of the protesters,
In the ad posted on its Instagram account, the sportswear brand has tweaked the words of its trademark slogan to highlight racism in America, saying: ‘For once, Don’t do It. Don’t pretend there’s not a problem in America.’
Urging people to be especially mindful of Black and Brown communities who regularly face threats to their wellbeing, violence, and hate because of their identity, Twitter outlined how to easily practice allyship.
Pop star Beyonce knowles took to social media to demand justice for George Floyd, saying "we cannot normalise this pain.
On June 4, 1989, exactly 41 years ago, China’s military shot, killed and arrested thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. Tens of thousands of Hong Kong protesters came out with candles on Thursday in memory of the massacre, despite a Beijing-backed ban on their rally.
After a largely peaceful day, small numbers of protesters briefly clashed with mounted police on Saturday after thousands gathered to voice their anger at police brutality after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Protests took place from New York to Los Angeles but Washington was at the epicentre, as thousands of people — black, white and brown — flooded downtown streets surrounding the White House, which was barricaded with black metal fencing.
If you check on some of your black friends and ask them how they are this week, there’s a chance they might reply “I’m tired.” It’s been an exhausting fortnight for BAME people, watching the brutal killing of George Floyd,
Thousands of protesters gathered outside the US embassy in London on Sunday to condemn police brutality after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, some wearing face masks to protect against COVID-19 bearing the slogan "racism is a virus.”