Kanye West Candace Owens

Kanye West sparked outrage when he praised popular conservative activist Candace Owens on Twitter.com. On Saturday, Kanye tweeted: "I love the way Candace Owens thinks". Kanye's tweet triggered furious tweets from leftwing radicals and Black Lives Matter supporters on Twitter.

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Stephon Clark

Sacramento police locked all entrances to the Golden 1 Center after demonstrators swarmed the arena to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man.

Dozens of protesters surrounded the arena shouting “black lives matter,” and "join us or go home!"

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Colin Kaepernick

The Smithsonian Museum of African American History has announced the addition of Colin Kaepernick's artifacts to the Black Lives Matter exhibit. One of Kaepernick's artifacts -- a bench -- is the butt of jokes on Twitter.com (pun intended).

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Harrison Brown Kendrex White

Harrison Brown, 19 (pictured left), had just finished playing basketball and was heading to a food truck near the Gregory gymnasium on the University of Texas campus in Austin on Monday afternoon. He made it as far as Speedway -- a half-mile stretch of road that was converted to a footpath and space mall last year.

That's where Harrison ran into Kendrex J. White, a 21-year-old with a history of mental illness.

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Black Friday

It's Black Friday in America, the day after Thanksgiving that officially kicks off the Christmas shopping season with huge sales, bargains, and deaths.

2 people were killed during Black Friday riots in America. The death toll is expected to grow.

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Reginae Carter Lil Wayne TI Harris

17-year-old Reginae Carter upbraided rap mogul T.I. Harris, 36, after the rapper rebuked her father, Li'l Wayne, on social media.

In a post on Instagram.com, T.I. admonished Li'l Wayne, 34, for going on ABC's Nightline and saying he was not "connected" to the insolent Black Lives Matter movement.

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Angelo Graham

Sports journalists were quick to denounce an All Lives Matter protester in a gorilla suit as racist.

The man ran onto the field during the Lions-Bears game in Chicago on Sunday. He wore a gorilla suit and a white t-shirt with the words "ALL LIVES MATTER" on the front and "Put down the guns" on the back.

But those same journalists were stunned into silence when the identity of the man was revealed.

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Korryn Gaines

Korryn Gaines, the Baltimore woman who was killed following an hours-long standoff with police, was involved in another altercation with cops in March.

Gaines, 23, was killed on Monday after she pointed a loaded shotgun at police and threatened to kill them.

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Korryn Gaines

A Maryland woman was killed by police after an hours-long standoff on Monday afternoon.

Korryn Gaines, a 23-year-old mother-of-two, reportedly pointed a loaded shotgun at a police officer who was attempting to serve a warrant on her and her boyfriend at her home.

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Carmelo Anthony Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan finally got down off his stack of millions and said something about the police brutality that's weeping America.

Jordan, 53, is often criticized for raising the prices on his iconic Air Jordan basketball shoes that are so demand, criminals commit murder to own a pair.

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Don Lemon Sheriff Clarke

CNN anchor Don Lemon blinked during a tense exchange with Milwaukee Sheriff Dave Clarke on Sunday night.

Lemon attempted to extract a Kumbyaya moment from Clarke in the aftermath of a mass shooting that left three officers dead and three others wounded in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Sunday. But Clarke was seething with rage over CNN's rapturous coverage of left wing social justice activist group Black Lives Matter.

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DeRay McKesson

When Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson isn't leading protest marches, he lives comfortably in a home provided by wealthy donors.

McKesson was arrested last weekend during a protest in Louisiana. His booking sheet shows his home address is a house on a leafy street in suburban Baltimore.

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Minnesota Lynx

Off-duty Minneapolis cops walked off the job at a Minnesota Lynx WNBA game after four players wore Black Lives Matter warmup t-shirts on Saturday.

The Lynx players, Lindsay Whalen, Maya Moore, Rebekkah Brunson, and Seimone Augustus, held a press conference prior to the game to lend their support to the pro black activist movement.

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Kasim Reed Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter occupied the street in front of the governor's mansion for hours in Atlanta's wealthiest neighborhood on Monday night.

The crowd of mostly Caucasian suburbanites and black college students yelled and called for Governor Nathan Deal to meet with them outside the mansion's gates. But according to reports, Deal was out of the country.

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DeRay McKesson

DeRay McKesson

You probably didn't know that militant Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson spent the night in the slammer in Baton Rouge, LA. over the weekend.

McKesson, 31, took to Twitter.com to drum up support for himself from behind bars. But not too many Twitter users seemed to care.

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Prince Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson's eldest son, Prince Michael Jackson, was dragged unmercifully on Twitter.com for his cavalier comment about Black Lives Matter.

Social justice activists came for Prince's neck when he tweeted: "I understand that you want to focus on #blacklivesmatter but why only focus on one life that matters when all do?"

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PFK Boom confronts Jamal Bryant

Pastor Jamal Bryant was confronted by Baltimore activists at a rally for Tyrone West who died in police custody in 2013. Bryant showed up with a camera to film a SnapChat from the rally at Tubman House, a vacant house which is slated for demolition near the site where Freddie Gray was arrested.

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west point cadets

A social media photo of West Point cadets raising their fists in defiance is stirring controversy among West Point alumni.

The photo shows 16 black female cadets dressed in their West Point uniforms raising their fists in a black power salute on the steps of their barracks.

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jury duty

The way things are going, it looks like Donald Trump may be your next president. That means a lot more black men will be arrested and bound over for trial in the coming years. The prison population in America is already majority black. But wait until Trump is president...

Loyal reader Yardgirl has a solution -- since most of you won't be going to the polls this year.

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Ni-Shawn Moore

6-year-old Ni-Shawn Moore was shot off his bicycle on a warm, sunny day as he rode near his home in Gwinnett County, GA on March 13.

Police say someone approached Ni-Shawn, right, and shot him point blank in the chest with a 22-caliber weapon.

Little Ni-Shawn could pass for singer Keyshia Cole's son, Daniel Hiram Gibson Jr., also age 6.

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