The multi-billion dollar coffee company scheduled a company-wide anti-bias training, but not everyone is pleased with how it was handled.
"We should honor his memory by confronting California's painful legacy of racial profiling and police brutality," said Representative Barbara Lee.
The Facebook page reportedly may have received more than $100,000 in donations before being pulled offline.
Critics suggest Trump and his inner circle have worked in opposition to LGBTQ rights.
"I see my father's movement and legacy manifesting itself through these movements that are occurring today."
"What happened was absolutely horrific and we are so very sorry, so very sorry for your loss," Sacramento Kings owner and chairman Vivek Ranadivé said.
"The Wakanda salute is a gesture of solidarity, pride and resistance – all rolled into one"
Video footage shows former senior police officer Christopher Hickman use a stun gun on the victim, who was stopped for jaywalking.
The incident took place a few months after a grand jury declined to indict the officer in connection with a fatal police shooting.
Family members have set up a GoFundMe page to bring Muhiyyidin d'Baha's body back home from New Orleans.
"You can riot if you're white and your team wins, but if you're black and being killed, you can't speak out," said Hawk Newsome from Black Lives Matter.
Montpelier High School is the first high school in the country to raise the Black Lives Matter flag.
The controversial former sheriff's remarks comes after President Donald Trump's crude remarks on African nations last week.
Chance the Rapper and Stephen Curry joined the former president for a public service announcement for My Brother's Keeper, a federal initiative Obama launched in 2014 to help boys and young men of color.
"It made me feel scared, said the girl," Honestie Hodges, about the incident.
Former South Carolina officer was found guilty of murder and obstruction of justice in 2015 shooting death.
Black Lives Matter activist and former Baltimore mayoral candidate DeRay Mckesson told Newsweek he knew the FBI had been monitoring him.
James Madison University will offer the course in spring 2018.
Walter (Hawk) Newsome claims he was slammed to the ground during a peaceful protest in February.