A series of "Karen" videos showing women weaponizing their whiteness against Black people underscore why racial profiling stories still matter so much.
The latest viral "Karen" video was recorded in a Walmart and shows a white woman worker falsely accusing Black customers of having "drug money" and treating the store like a "playground."
Janee Jewell Plummer was arrested in Portland after punching a Black security guard who tried to stop her from shoplifting.
A white woman named Jeanne Umana, of Santa Barbara, California, was arrested and charged after she was caught in a "Karen" video racially harassing Luis Cervantes.
Connecticut Karen couple Robert Shaw and Sherri Bourgeois-Williams of Middletown, Connecticut, were arrested after a video showed them harassing Puerto Rican landscaper Jose Martin.
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