Stars like Beyonce and Karlie Kloss are honoring Breonna Taylor on what would have been her 27th birthday after the young medical worker was killed by police in Kentucky on Mar. 13.
Donald Trump revealed that he’s a ‘big fan of Drew Brees,’ but not the NFL quarterback’s apology for saying he’d ‘never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag.’
After rumors that the couple were having ‘issues’ in quarantine, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are back to their supportive selves, and Kim is so ‘proud’ of Kanye for his generous donation to George Floyd’s daughter’s college fund.
An elderly, peaceful protester was the victim of police violence in Buffalo, NY, as cops were caught on camera shoving him so brutally to the ground that he bled from his head. Activists are horrified by the footage.
Kendall Jenner has been mocked by protesters over her infamous Pepsi ad in which she seemingly solved police brutality with a soda.
Next time, Donald Trump should stay in his bunker. After he said up George Floyd was happy in heaven during a speech about jobs, everybody – including Joe Biden – blasted Trump for such ‘despicable’ comments.
Snooki has hit back at a fan who claimed she only allowed protesters into her New Jersey store in an effort to prevent looting.
Celeb-owned companies like Poosh, Rare Beauty, and Kylie Cosmetics have all publicly thrown their support behind the Black Lives Matter movement.
Black Lives Matter, and that’s that. Blake Griffin, Ashton Kutcher and celebrities are educating their Instagram followers about why they support the movement, and why they shouldn’t say All Lives Matter.
Angelina Jolie made a sizable donation to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, sharing in a statement, ‘discrimination and impunity cannot be tolerated.’
After attending a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest on June 4, Billie Eilish shared an inspiring video of a moving moment from the event on Instagram.
Tia Mowry talked about growing up in a biracial family & the struggles her mother had to endure due to the color of her skin in a revealing new post.
On June 4, Kanye West peacefully protested in his hometown of Chicago to fight for social justice after George Floyd’s death. He blended in with the crowd as he marched down the street.
Black conservative activist Candace Owens also brought up George Floyd’s criminal records prior to being invited to VP Mike Pence’s discussion about race in America.
Celebs like Madison Beer and thousands of Americans have come out of quarantine to demand racial justice. A doctor tells us how you can raise your voice while protecting your health.