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How To Get Involved & Demand Justice

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As individuals, we each possess the ability and power to change the world around us. It’s been a week since George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man, was the victim of police brutality and suffered fatal injuries in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His death follows the tragic losses of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Sean Reed, Tony McDade and many others at the hands of systematic racism, and has ignited an onset of public outrage and eventually sparked intensified protests in cities all over the country. The American people are demanding justice. They’re taking to social media, taking to the streets, and standing up
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ASAI Brought Back Rihanna’s Most Viral Dress to Support Black Lives Matter

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As people stand up globally in honor of George Floyd and the #BlackLivesMatter movement, designers, brands, and celebrities are joining the cause. London-based brand ASAI in particular is using an iconic Rihanna style moment to raise funds.As reported by Dazed, British-Chinese-Vietnamese designer A Sai Ta, the mind behind the brand, has brought one of Rihanna's most viral outfits back into production to support the Black Lives Matter movement. Rihanna wore the tie-dye, hot pink asymmetric mini dress — designed by A Sai Ta — in a viral slo-mo video that quickly shook the internet last summer. While the dress was initially made only for Fenty Beauty creator,
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K-Pop Fancams Got Political to Protect Black Lives Matter Protestors From Dallas Police

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If you’ve spent a decent amount of time on Twitter, you’re probably familiar with the concept of K-pop fancams. The short clips of live performances, primarily by South Korean acts, often dominate replies on the bird app and are hated by many. This week, however, the social phenomenon has taken over in a different way: To fight for the rights of Black Lives Matter protestors seeking justice after the death of George Floyd.On Sunday, May 31, the Dallas Police Department took to Twitter to urge its followers to send in “video of illegal activity from the protests” via their iWatch
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New on Netflix June 2020: “13 Reasons Why” Season 4, “The Politician” Season 2, and More

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After failing to make it on Broadway, April returns to her hometown and reluctantly begins training a misfit group of young dancers for a competition.Floor Is Lava -- NETFLIX ORIGINALTeams compete to navigate rooms flooded with lava by leaping from chairs, hanging from curtains and swinging from chandeliers. Yes, really.Lost Bullet -- NETFLIX FILMA convicted car mechanic is recruited to work for the cops, pimping police vehicles for high-speed chases. But danger will follow him fast.Girls from Ipanema: Season 2 -- NETFLIX ORIGINALAs Malu and the ladies move on from their recent tragedy, they take on career challenges, new love
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Food Stamps Funding Comes From the Census — So Make Sure You Fill It Out

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When I was six years old, my 43-year-old father passed away unexpectedly, from cirrhosis. If it had not been for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), my siblings and I would have starved.Federally funded food assistance programs saved my family during a crisis, and they are critical to helping families now and in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.But what most people might not realize is that funding for SNAP and school breakfast programs is determined by our participation in the census. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic poses a huge threat of a census undercount for Latinx families in the city
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Ariana Grande, Halsey, and More Celebrities Protest George Floyd’s Death

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As protests continue in the wake of George Floyd’s death, many celebrities have been using their giant platforms to raise awareness, spread important information, and share resources with their fans. And some stars, like Ariana Grande and Halsey, have shown solidarity with protesters by taking to the streets themselves.On Saturday, May 30, Halsey shared a series of photos, videos, and updates from a protest in Los Angeles. In an Instagram Live video, Halsey filmed a portion of the LA gathering from amid a crowd where police were allegedly shooting rubber bullets. In another tweet accompanied by photos, the singer wrote
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10 Best Commencement Quotes from Teen Vogue Commencement 2020

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In the midst of a global pandemic and outrage tied to police brutality, life continues to carry on. Under normal circumstances, the month of May would be filled with graduations and commencement ceremonies to celebrate a new class of bright minds entering their next phase.Despite the chaos of this year, we didn't skip a beat.On Sunday, May 31, Teen Vogue Commencement 2020 tapped individuals like Anna Wintour, Stacey Abrams, Brandon Maxwell, and Tracee Ellis Ross to honor graduating classes. “The class of 2020, I feel very confident, is going to redefine this world," Lindsay Peoples Wagner Teen Vogue's editor in
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Glossier is Donating $1 Million to Support Black Lives Matter and Other Organizations

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As protests rise across the country calling for justice after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and demanding an end to police brutality, beauty brand Glossier made a commitment to support the Black community.Glossier posted the news on Instagram and Twitter on Saturday, May 30, writing, "We stand in solidarity with the fight against systemic racism, white supremacy, and the historic oppression of the Black community. Black Lives Matter. We will be donating $500K across organizations focused on combating racial injustice: Black Lives Matter, The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, The Equal Justice Initiative, The Marsha P. Johnson
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Cole Sprouse Detailed How COVID-19 Could Impact Future “Riverdale” Filming

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Production on Riverdale remains paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but one of its stars is already looking ahead to how the virus might impact the show's future. Speaking with AP Entertainment for a recent interview, Cole Sprouse, who portrays Jughead on the CW series, said he believes the show would have to make some fundamental changes to its on-screen cast interactions.The interview, which was shared by E! News, featured Cole acknowledging that the restrictions of social distancing could result in adjustments to the show. In particular, he pointed to the on-screen relationships portrayed on the series. “Our show is
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Jake Paul Criticized After Video Allegedly Shows Him at a Mall Where Crowds Were Looting

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Protests continued this weekend to demand justice for George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died on May 25 after a white police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes. And while several celebs have joined those marching in the streets, YouTuber Jake Paul is currently facing backlash after video emerged showing him amid alleged looting of an Arizona mall.According to videos circulating on Twitter, Jake was reportedly present at Scottsdale’s Fashion Square, which was the site of looting and property damage on Saturday, May 30. Local news station ABC 15 Arizona reports that crowds of people allegedly broke
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