About 50 demonstrators disrupted the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on Saturday night to protest the Mike Brown cop shooting in Ferguson, MO.
Anonymous, the group of cyber “hacktivists” who are known to wreak havoc on the Internets, continued their cyber onslaught on officials of the St. Louis and Ferguson police departments. The group hacked into city servers to retrieve personal information which they threatened to leak onto the Internet if the name of the officer who shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Mike Brown was not released.
Another day, another unarmed teenager fatally shot by a cop.
The Internet erupted with rage as news broke of the cop involved shooting of 17-year-old Michael “Mike Mike” Brown in a neighborhood near St. Louis, MO., today.
Black Chicagoans took to the streets Friday to protest the Obama Administration for funding the exodus of illegal immigrants from Mexico and Honduras while ignoring the plight of poor blacks in Chicago.
How embarrassing is it when a commoner starts a petition to shame a millionaire into combing her daughter’s hair — and it works?
While the controversy surrounding racist statements made by the Los Angeles Clippers owner continued to rage, Clippers teammates showed their solidarity by staging a silent protest before game 4 of their 2014 NBA playoffs series last night.
Team members chose not to speak publicly about statements attributed to Donald Sterling. Prior to the opening tip off in game 4 against the Golden State Warriors, they tore off their warm up jackets to reveal red shirts turned inside out to hide their team logo.
A shoe-wielding female protestor narrowly missed potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a Las Vegas convention on Thursday.
Mrs. Clinton was speaking at an Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries convention at the Mandalay Bay resort when the protestor stepped up and hurled a shoe at her.
The female was quickly escorted from the auditorium by security and the lone Secret Service agent assigned to the former first lady.
The woman is now in federal custody.