After a bit of a lull in Karens, white women weaponizing their whiteness seemingly came back with a major vengeance in 2021, revealing themselves in the most likely and unlikely places, including airplanes, school board meetings and NBA games, to name a few.

A video posted to TikTok shows a woman preparing a mac and cheese dish that includes raisins. Twitter users had a field day dragging the woman and her video.

Exit polling data behind Republican Glenn Youngkin's gubernatorial victory in Virginia paint a vividly pale picture as white women emerged as an electorate force to be reckoned with while Black voter turnout reportedly lagged.

A viral tweet from CNN reporter Kasie Hunt threatened to cover scorned "suburban women" -- aka white women -- who voted for Biden instead of Trump if paid family leave was left out of the Build Back Better framework. Spoiler alert: It was.

"Karen" literally decided to take matters into her own hands when she destroyed a display of face masks at a Target store in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Meanwhile, Rayshard Brooks couldn't make it out alive from a Wendy's.

Shaneeka Montgomery-Strickland records the incident that goes viral.

The meaning and use of Karen continues to shift. We can find male Karens and black Karens. Donald Trump has even been called a Karen.

Viral videos show that gender doesn't matter when it comes to racial profiling.

A tweet suggesting that the name Karen is the "N-word for white women" went viral for all the wrong reasons.

Since the Ronald Reagan era, Black people in general, but Black women, in particular, have been synonymous with public assistance. Many have even been labeled “welfare queens.” Despite the data showing how white people make up the majority of welfare recipients, the African American community still has to deal with the stereotype that most Black […]

White people who call the police on Black folks don’t just want us removed from their sidewalks or their parks or their cookouts or their neighborhoods. They want us dead.