A tweet by the AP is the latest example in a wave of conspiracy-tinged victim blaming amid tragedy—led by President Trump and conservative pundits.
"We will stand up and be resilient, and we will be here long after this administration is in the trash heap," says the executive director of the National Center for Transgender Rights.
The MSNBC host reminds the president that the Queen of Soul "took orders from nobody but God."
Several civil rights groups argued that Secretary Ben Carson and his agency didn't follow the right procedures to suspend the Obama-era rule and are in violation of the Fair Housing Act, but their claims are rejected.
In the fifth week of the movement, police took the photojournalist into custody during a livestream of a protest for jobs and living wages.
Once the president's nominees are confirmed and the five-member EEOC swings from a Democratic majority to a Republican one, discrimination lawsuits face an uncertain future.
An outcry over the inclusion of the Anti-Defamation League, an Jewish nongovernmental organization, as a lead member of upcoming anti-racism training forced the coffee company to back down.
Injustice hunting has become the new favorite pastime of Americans instead of addressing the problems at their roots.