Civil Rights & Social Justice

A GoFundMe has begun. "We can’t afford a lawyer,“ the teen's mother said.

The "Don't Call Me Karen" sessions were far from a hit.

Even with video evidence of manipulative and racist behavior, “Citi Bike Karen” is still being called a victim, showing how white people like her always get the benefit of the doubt.

The prospects of "Citi Bike Karen" Sarah Jane Comrie, a physician assistant, treating Black patients places a spotlight on implicit bias and discrimination in health care against Black people, in particular.

Sarah Jane Comrie, aka Citi Bike Karen, is nothing but a 2023 version of Carolyn Bryant, the white woman who caused Emmett Till to get lynched.

Sarah Jane Comrie, the "Citi Bike Karen" who fake cried for help from a group of young Black men, reminds us Carolyn Bryant Donham, who accused Emmett Till and got him lynched.

Race Matters

The latest instance of a "Karen" going wild on video came in the form of a white woman trying to criminalize a Black male while trying to steal a Citi Bike he had already paid for. The irony,

A white woman shown on video appearing to try to steal a Citi Bike from a Black male was identified on social media as Sarah Jane Comrie.

“Oooh, I’m about to beat her a-s,” the Black woman can be heard saying before she snatched up a fist full of Karen hair.

Sophia Rosing, also known as the University of Kentucky "Karen" shown on video in a racist, violent attack against a Black student, had the audacity to plead not guilty to the documented assault.

Sophia Rosing was charged for a racist attack against a Black student.

A new "Karen" video on social media shows a white woman calling the cops on Black men for *checks notes* menacingly shoveling the snow on a public sidewalk.