Faith Linthicum

The registered nurse who was fired for saying Stephon Clark deserved to die raised over $25,000 in donations to her GoFundMe account. Faith Linthicum was fired from her job at Kaiser Permanente’s Roseville Medical Center in Sacramento, Ca. after she shared her opinion about Clark on Facebook.com.

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Beyonce Nefertiti

Beyonce Knowles is capitalizing off of the nonsense #Bitegate story that has swept the Internet. The 38-year-old mother-of-3 released new tour merchandise while ignoring the latest tale from pathological liar Tiffany Haddish, who claims an other actress bit the singer in the face.

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Mike Pence Joy Behar

Vice President Mike Pence has accepted Joy Behar's public apology after she mocked him and called all Christians "mentally ill" for having conversations with God. Behar humbly apologized to Christians during an episode of The View on Tuesday.

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Facebook children

Facebook.com angered users by releasing a survey asking if pedophiles should be allowed to view photos of children under age 14 on the platform. The Guardian reports that Facebook recently asked users to outline how the company should deal with pedophiles grooming children.

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JCSU Alphas step show

Black Twitter is incensed with a white reporter who inserted himself into a step show by members of a black fraternity. It all started when an overzealous Fox46 reporter previewed the upcoming JCSU Alphas step show scheduled for the kickoff of the CIAA tournament in Charlotte tonight (March 2).

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Barack Obama

Former President Barack Obama commissioned a radical leftwing artist to create his "formal portrait" that will forever hang among presidential portraits in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Obama unveiled his formal portrait on Monday, and the public's response has been harsh, to say the least.

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Obama Homer bushes

The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. unveiled portraits of former first couple Barack and Michelle Obama that shocked the public because of their simplicity.

But it is Barack's painting that drew the most criticism and attention for its awkward positioning of the former President.

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Malachi Byrd Lawrence Rosen

A Princeton professor is catching heat after students in his classroom walked out because he repeatedly used the word "ni--er" during his lecture.

The incident happened on Tuesday when Professor Lawrence Rosen, who teaches a class titled Cultural Freedoms: Hate Speech, Blasphemy and Pornography, asked students what would be worse, a white man punching a black man or a white man calling a black man "ni--er".

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pork

Photos of an immigrant worker delivering raw, unprocessed meat to a grocery store in a shopping cart have sparked outrage online.

The incident happened in San Jose, California, according to Facebook user Loretta Seto, who snapped photos of the unsanitary delivery.

Seto uploaded photos of what appears to be a Hispanic male pushing a Costco shopping cart loaded with raw slabs of pork through the front doors of a 99 Ranch Market store.

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London Breed

San Francisco is in an uproar after the city's black female interim mayor was ousted in favor of a white male 1 percenter. Interim Mayor London Breed was replaced by venture capitalist Mark Farrell at a contentious board meeting on Tuesday.

Breed became interim mayor in December when Mayor Ed Lee died suddenly of a heart attack while shopping. Lee, 65, was the first sitting mayor to die in office since Chicago's first black mayor, Harold Washington, died in 1987.

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Monique and Sidney Hicks

Bitter comedian and actress Mo'Nique is still on the warpath after asking her social media followers to boycott Netflix for offering her $500,000 to perform her standup comedy routine in a TV special.

Mo'Nique accused the online streaming giant of gender and race discrimination. She argued that other comics such as Chris Tucker and Amy Schumer were offered millions for their Netflix specials.

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Ulyana Sergeenko and Miroslava Duma

A celebrity fashion designer has apologized profusely for writing a note to a fashion blogger that contained what some consider to be a racial slur.

Ulyana Sergeenko, a Russian designer who counts Rihanna and Kim Kardashian among her clients, was criticized on Tuesday when style blogger Miroslava Duma posted the note on her Instagram Stories.

Duma posted an image of a bouquet of roses and an accompanying note which read, "To my ni--as in Paris."

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