Flores said in the video that he had “500 rounds of something” and dared Black Lives Matter activists to stop him.
In an emotional video, FedEx worker Brandon Brackins said a driver used a racial epithet and spat on him.
Jenna Marbles announced in an emotional YouTube video on June 25 that she would be leaving the platform after a video of her in blackface resurfaced from her channel. Here are five things you should know about her.
Agency employees and execs say agencies need to do more than make statements to be better for Black employees.
“I want to make sure the things that I put into the world are not hurting anyone,” she said a new video.
In this time of ubiquitous internet and abundance of content, downloading videos to your hard drive is rarely necessary. But sometimes, an important video can be hard to find, or can even be permanently removed from a platform, in which case it's not a bad idea to have a personal copy.
This may have been more than a photo op. Antonio Brown shared a video on Instagram of himself catching a deep pass from Seahawks star Russell Wilson in San Diego and wrote: “Who would like to see this on Sundays?” It may not just be a dream. Michael Silver of the NFL Network has reported
YouTube star Jenna Marbles says she is quitting her channel, after being on the platform for a decade during which she garnered over 20 million subscribers and over 3 billion views, due to her past racist and sexist videos.
Jenna Mourey said she was ending her channel, which has more than 20 million subscribers, because of videos from 2011 of her impersonating Nicki Minaj and rapping lyrics about Asians.