A new viral Tik Tok video shows a white man at a bar in Chula Vista, a suburb of San Diego, getting big mad at the establishment's BLM sign. The man can be heard repeatedly shouting "I'm white, kill me," and refusing to leave telling bar workers to "kick me out."

The National Police Association wants the public to put away their cell phones during violent altercations between officers and civilians and start intervening instead of recording. "Stop filming and start helping," the organization said in a PSA posted to social media.

In an interview set to air on Fox News, Kyle Rittenhouse made an appearance on Fox News and told Tucker Carlson: “I’m not a racist person. I support the BLM movement, I support peacefully demonstrating.”

The event comes voting rights activists have urged for the Democrats to push back against Republicans who have passed laws making it harder for Black and minority communities to vote.

A new national poll shows that only 44 percent of Americans support the Black Lives Matter movement—a steep decline from the 52 percent who said they supported the movement in June 2020, according to the same survey.

Black Lives Matter activist Derrick Ingram filed a lawsuit against the NYPD on Wednesday after a 5-hour police stand-off at his home last summer.

A Black couple from Michigan who had their home shot at by a 25-year-old white man due to his anger over the Black Lives Matter sign in their window surprisingly had nothing but forgiveness for their attacker during his sentencing.

David Elmendorf, a former ice cream shop owner in upstate New York, has been ordered to pay $4,500 after being accused of calling the police on peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters and falsely claiming they threatened him with violence.

According to a complaint filed by a regional official with the National Labor Relations Board, employees at a Home Depot in Minneapolis claim the branch used its uniform policy to punish them for displaying BLM activism during work hours.

This Front Page is by no means exhaustive. There is no way to list the names of every Black person killed by police—no way to list every injustice, every instance of inhumanity and hypocrisy. There is no way to lift up all the brilliant, beautiful, bold, Black work that is being done to make freedom dreams a reality. What we have curated here is a small window into what resistance, revolution, and reimaging has looked like across this nation and the globe.

After being wrongfully accused of pulling out a gun by a white driver, Steven Bomar wants police to take action against people who make false calls citing the potential danger.

The Proud Boys should change their name to the Broke Boys, what with its chairman, Enrique Tarrio, reportedly resorting to printing "Black Lives Matter" t-shirts to earn money for his splintering hate group.