The woman appeared on political satire show Mezhdunarodnaya Pilorama wearing a red bandana and chain and suggesting Obama's predecessors could not read.
BLM protests against Eric Garcetti getting a Cabinet post shows movements wants a say in who Joe Biden picks for his cabinet, Miranda Devine said.
Deshuan Watson of the Houston Texans and Matthew Stafford of the Detroit Lions were among players in the two teams that knelt before their Thanksgiving Day match.
Thursday marked the third day of protests outside the Los Angeles mayor's official residence.
The video lists 11 groups of people the anti-Trump Republican organization wants to thank for their efforts over a difficult year.
"We know how important this election is going to be in determining what decisions will be made in the Senate for the next few years," Black Lives Matter PAC said.
Rev. Martin Hunter said Emanuel, as Chicago's mayor, helped cover up the murder of Laquan McDonald in 2014 for his own political again.
The since-deleted Facebook video showed the Washington councilwoman crying that her husband had been fired after a video of him intimidating a reporter who filmed him at the Million MAGA March in Washington D.C. went viral.
Meghan Markle regularly "checks up on" friend Jessica Mulroney after the Canadian TV star's show was cancelled amid claims she threatened a Black influencer.
Most members of the Seattle City Council had pledged to reduce the Seattle Police Department's funding by 50 percent over the summer.
The 43-year-old admitted he doesn't "research much" when questioned on his views at protest in Denver over the weekend.
"For people who say 'systemic racism doesn't exist,' this is what it looks like: protection of white supremacy baked deep into our carceral systems," the congresswoman tweeted Saturday.
The Saturday rally at the CNN Center entrance was organized by the pro-Trump "Walk Away" campaign, led by "former liberal" Brandon Straka.
A 17 percent Seattle Police Department budget cut was approved by a committee of the Seattle City Council on Thursday, while a proposal to redirect $9 million earmarked for the hiring of new officers in favor of "community-led public safety investments" was rejected.
More than 20 social justice groups in Alabama signed a letter that raised concerns about the secretary of state's retweeted content.
A message posted earlier this month on the police officer's Facebook account read: "I'm ready to leave my job just so I can hurt these people that act like they know what real life is about."
Loeffler has been the center of controversies surrounding her financial records, her comments on the Black Lives Matter movement and her support for President Donald Trump.
Former President Barack Obama denounces "crazy conspiracy theories" and "truth decay" in a new interview with the BBC.
"I know it's been a tough year to be a cop, but I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep our communities safe," Shulman wrote in the now-deleted photo caption.
"Why don't you act like a white person in a white neighborhood?" the woman asks in a video clip.
The vandalism occurred at a home in Sussex County, Delaware that had a Biden sign and Black Lives Matter flag on display.
Police officer Kaleb Meyer, who has since resigned from the New Braunfels Police Department, approached the car with his gun pointed at Clarence Crawford.
The rally was being lead by Nick Fuentes, a white nationalist who previously said segregation "was better" for Black people.
Mike Grant wrote a now-deleted post on Facebook that included a picture of a 17-year-old Black student who helped organize the event in Dublin, California.
The claims are among 11,000 alleged incidents of voter fraud in Detroit, Michigan, being pushed by the GOP.
Jessica Byrd, the founder of the Movement for Black Lives' Electoral Justice Project, told Newsweek that the months of protests "changed the political conditions" for Biden to win.
The move, which would cost in the region of $500,000, was heavily debated during a meeting on Tuesday.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has proposed "anti-mob" legislation to expand the state's Stand Your Ground law to apply to those engaging in "criminal mischief" that results in the "interruption or impairment" of a business, a move critics say is aimed at Black Lives Matter protesters.
"We want to be heard and our agenda to be prioritized," Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors wrote in a letter to President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
The flyers were distributed by a far-right group called the 14First who say they are "fighting for the white race."