Social Media

This isn’t just another battle in the free speech wars.

Experts say Black social media users might be instrumental in seeking justice for Shanquella Robinson, who died in Cabo, Mexico.

Twitter's new ownership has implications for Black people.

Social media experts grade how ready Facebook, TikTok, Twitter and YouTube are to handle the task.

The threat to kill Black people at an Alabama county fair is under investigation.

The comedian who died suddenly at 54 was also a successful TV screenwriter and producer.

College professor Uju Anya cited "the monarch who supervised a government that sponsored the genocide."

The influencer known for misogynistic content is accused of violating hate speech rules.

Therapist Shabree Rawls says she lost her job over attention from her Tiktok video urging Black men to seek therapy.

Sydney Angela Holder allegedly posted that she’ll "shoot a n***** in Walmart," and Tuscaloosa police arrested her for a misdemeanor and a $500 bond.

The Buffalo shooting spotlights how social media helped Payton Gendron, who learned to modify guns from YouTube and live-streamed the carnage on Twitch.

Charles C. Johnson, a right-wing troll banned from Twitter over allegations he tried to incite deadly violence against former BLM leader Deray Mckesson, is reportedly expecting his account to be restored once Elon Musk's $43 billion purchase of the social media app becomes official.