Beyonce Knowles

There is a good bet that singer Beyonce Knowles will never be invited to perform at the Super Bowl again.

The 35-year-old singer angered sports fans and writers alike by using the influential sports platform to reveal her newfound activism.

"Beyoncé's Black Panthers show was ill-suited for Super Bowl," wrote NY Daily News writer Linda Stasi.

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LeBron James

Twitter activists are pressuring Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James to stage a sit out until the prosecutor's office indicts a cop for the murder of 12-year-old Tamir Rice last year.

On Monday, the prosecutor's office announced there would be no indictment against the cop who shot Tamir 2 seconds after exiting his patrol car on Nov. 22, 2014.

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Sandra Bland

The influential online collective known as Black Twitter has found a new cause célèbre to rally around.

Every other week the hashtag activists sounds the call to battle for what they believe is an injustice perpetrated against people of color by cops or the system. Usually the victims are minorities who wind up dead while in police custody.

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Dexter Thomas

The LA Times is making headlines for hiring a reporter to cover the influential social media collective known as Black Twitter.

You know you've arrived when a major newspaper outlet hires a singular reporter solely to cover the rantings and ratchet musings of a minority group on social media.

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Clorox tweets

@Clorox stirred up a hornet's nest on social media platform Twitter.com last night by tweeting what appeared to be a whitewashed bottle of Clorox along with the caption, "New emojis are alright but where's the bleach."

Clorox was referring to Apple releasing its new iOS 8.3 with an updated list of new multicultural (minorities) Emojis.

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