Kyrie Irving Pledges $1.5M To WNBA Players Opting Out Of 2020 SeasonKyrie Irving pledges $1.5M to WNBA players opting out of 2020 season.
'Real Housewives' Star And NFL Wide Receiver Among 87 Arrested At Breonna Taylor Protest'Real Housewives' star and NFL wide receiver among 87 arrested at Breonna Taylor protest.
Lili Reinhart Apologizes For Posing Topless In Call For JusticeLili Reinhart apologizes for posing topless in call for justice.
First Charges Filed Against Tampa Looters: 11 Defendants, 15 Felony CrimesThe State Attorney’s Office declined to prosecute 67 people arrested while peacefully protesting. The felony charges announced today apply to a different category of people: criminals who chose to take advantage of protests to commit crimes and inflict harm.
Aunt Jemima Image To Be Removed And Brand Will Be Renamed, Quaker Oats AnnouncesAunt Jemima image to be removed and brand will be renamed, Quaker Oats announces.
Fatal Atlanta Police Shooting: Rayshard Brooks AftermathHours after the killing, Atlanta's police chief stepped down, the officer who shot Brooks was fired and a second officer placed on administrative duty -- but Brooks' death has rekindled large protests in the city, with more expected this week.
Lady Antebellum Changes Its Name To Lady A In Wake Of ProtestsLady Antebellum changes its name to Lady A in wake of protests.
St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses Systemic Racism, Shares Words Of HopeHer vision for the future includes more than just those marching. "...there is privilege in being white. Use [that] privilege to benefit and to uplift friends who are black. Family members who are black. Communities who have black people in it. That's my hope."
Bruce Springsteen Dedicates Eight-Minute Protest Song To George FloydBruce Springsteen dedicates eight-minute protest song to George Floyd.
Tampa Police Chief: 'No One Won Last Night. We Made 68 Arrests.'For almost ten (10) hours on June 2, Tampa Police officers kept protesters safe by blocking traffic as they marched approximately eight (8) miles in and around downtown.
St. Pete Officials To Protesters: 'We Have Some Healing To Do. We Have Some Work To Do.'Protesters and bystanders listened as Mayor Rick Kriseman, local pastors and other St. Pete officials spoke.