Even though relations between the law and the community continue to be tense, a squad from The Big Apple has figured out how to drop the ball big time. A set of badges were caught on tape doing the most.
The video of Gugino being assaulted by Buffalo PD outraged social media and fellow protestors as the graphic injury was on display for all to see. To make matters worse police pulled one of their own off the Gugino when he seemingly went to check on the elderly man while he was bleeding on the ground, once again showcasing how far police will go to absolve themselves of any responsibility.
Jay-Z continues to leverage his celebrity for the good of the fight on the front lines. He is now asking that one city use common sense regarding a demonstrator that went about things the right way.
One of the most recently impactful collectives in the culture is standing up for the people. They are speaking facts and reminding the world where the United States got their kitchen magic from.
As some celebrities are active on the front lines others have found their lanes from a far. Hip-Hop’s favorite Toronto crooner has put his money up to support those fighting the good fight.
In an amazing display of kindness amidst the chaos, Rahul Dubey herded the protestors inside his home and kept them safe overnight after the city's 7 p.m. curfew.
Once again New Yorkers are standing up against the powers that be. Over the weekend locals took underground to disrupt the city in the name of justice.
Former FBI director James Comey's speech during Howard University's convocation ceremony was interrupted by protesters on Friday.
Chicago was the latest stop on presidential hopeful Donald Trump‘s campaign trail, but the business mogul probably didn’t expect the Windy City to give him such a chilly greeting. Although Trump’s rally was effectively shut down Friday night, a chilling image featuring a supporter of the GOP frontrunner begs many questions.
Pharrell Williams’ plans to perform “Happy” among his other hits at concert today in Cape Town, South Africa today will be thwarted by thousands of Palestinian protesters who represent the group Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS).
Illuminated citizens and protestors in New York City allowed their thoughts on the Gaza conflicts to be heard loud in clear when they hoisted a giant Palestinian flag on top of the Manhattan bridge (yesterday August 20).
An international group of anonymous hackers is changing the #Ferguson protest one key stroke at a time.