Students at the school in Dallas were invited to write a half-page biography of one of six men including Kyle Rittenhouse.
Paul Cozzens posted a picture of a soldier with a gun which warned those who support defunding the police that "Once you've managed to defund & eliminate the police, there's nobody protecting you from us."
The former Speaker of the House linked district attorneys who are "overwhelmingly elected with George Soros' money" to the cases of violence seen at Black Lives Matter protests.
The city of Louisville agreed to pay Taylor's family $12 million and implement new police reforms in a settlement of the civil lawsuit brought by her family.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff challenged hometown Lakers star LeBron James to double the $100,000 reward being offered by the department for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in the shooting of two deputies in Compton Saturday.
The pastor drew comparisons between Al-Qaeda terrorists and today's protest movements across the U.S., saying both intend to destroy America.
"There's no such thing as BLUE LIVES. Stop comparing your JOB with my LIFE. Your CAREER is a choice, my BLACKNESS isn't," said Bishop Talbert Swan, president of a local NAACP chapter in Massachusetts.
Stella Immanuel, the controversial doctor who promoted hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment in a video removed from social media, tweeted about Black Lives Matter's co-founders on Monday afternoon.
The Duchess of Cambridge included two Black Lives Matter photos in an exhibition of life during lockdown which Queen Elizabeth II said "inspired" her.
"I don't have separate prayers for police victims and for police that are victimized," Sharpton said on Monday.
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The Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Buffalo Bills and New York Jets all stayed in the locker rooms during the national anthem on Sunday.
Two deputies were shot multiple times by a shooter on Saturday and are now "fighting for their lives."
Another video shows a police officer on a motorcycle hitting a man running away.
"Much of the racial tension, strife and protest we're seeing across the country emanates from right here in Charlottesville," community organizer Don Gathers said. "But now we're moving the needle in a positive way."
The Clayton County Sheriff's Office in Georgia said that an investigation had been launched following a social media video that showed an officer using "force."
Pastor Rick Joyner insisted that the Black Lives Matter movement is secretly a "Marxist organization" and a "reverse KKK" that seeks to "destroy freedom in America" in a video posted online Thursday.
Charles Starks resigned from the Little Rock Police Department on Friday, stating that it is "impossible" for him to work as an officer so long as Police Chief Keith Humphrey is in charge.
"It's the people who think identity who are the racists in our society," Giuliani said when claiming that first responders would die for anyone despite race, religion or gender.
The phrase "All Buildings Matter," was first used by a Black Lives Matter activist on the anniversary of September 11 to criticize those who say "All Lives Matter."
The Houston Texans remained in the locker room during the national anthem on Thursday night's season opener in Kansas City.
Critical race theory is inherently divisive. It splits American society into racial groups and insists that the tension between them cannot disappear until we've eliminated all existing social structures.
The family said "we are not running" after being targeted in a suspected racist attack.
"You should not have left there to come here," says a message on t-shirts reportedly left outside the homes of Black and Asian residents of Dobbs Ferry, New York.
"They're talking about Marxist communism," Pat Robertson said. "They're talking about destroying the nuclear family."
The ad depicts those whom the Trump campaign considers "Joe Biden's supporters," with the word "rioters" superimposed over "supporters."
A Maryland high school teacher titled the assignment "Say Their Names," echoing calls from protesters seeking justice for those who've died as a result of police violence.
A cellphone video showed a police officer kneeling on the teenager's neck.
The majority of swing-state voters also think both presidential candidates are not mentally fit to be president.