Black Woman Arrested at Waffle House Dragged to Ground, Breasts Exposed

Chikesia Clemons will not be voted "citizen of the month," but the police were not perfect either.

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The arrest of a 25-year-old Black woman at a Waffle House in Saraland, Ala., resulted in her on the floor with her breasts exposed. Some citizens echoed the acts of protesters of a Philadelphia Starbucks by holding a sit-in in the parking lot of the Waffle House.

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Golf Club Calls Police on Black Women Members for Allegedly Playing Too Slow

The five women, one a local NAACP president, say it's a clear case of racial and gender discrimination.

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Five Black women, members of the Grandview Golf Club in Braddock, the oldest public golf course in York County, Pa., decided to meet on Saturday for a round of golf. The outing ended with the club co-owner, who is white, calling the police on the only Black, female players on the course because they allegedly played too slow and did not want to cancel their membership and leave.

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Blacks Much More Likely to Be Stopped Indoors in Philly Than Whites

Starbucks needs a corporate culture makeover — but it is not the only party at fault.

The arrest of two Black men who asked to use the bathroom at a Starbucks in Philadelphia was not an anomaly, according to a new analysis, further suggesting that a half-day implicit bias training is not likely to bring any actionable solutions.

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Student Anti-gun Activists to Keep Momentum Alive over Summer

The students hope to succeed where other activists have failed in enacting stricter legislation on gun ownership.

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(Reuters) — Leaders of the student-led anti-gun movement, who inspired classroom walkouts across the country on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre, say they plan to maintain their activism through the long summer break.

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Prince Heirs Sue Illinois Hospital, Walgreens Pharmacy Chain over Singer's Death

The wrongful death lawsuit accuses a doctor and pharmacist of failing to properly investigate the star's overdose days before his death or see that the pop star received appropriate counseling.

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(Reuters) — Heirs of Prince have sued an Illinois hospital and pharmacy chain Walgreens, saying they could have prevented the singer's 2016 death if they had properly diagnosed and treated his overdose days earlier, a court document showed on Monday.

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NBA's Stephen Curry Lands TV, Film Deal with Sony Pictures

The development and production deal will focus on family, faith and sports-themed projects, and will "extend to opportunities in partnerships, electronics, gaming and virtual reality," the Sony-owned studio said in a statement.

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(Reuters) — NBA star Stephen Curry has signed a multi-year film and television deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Hollywood studio said on Monday, as the Golden State Warriors player makes a play to be the latest athlete to break into entertainment.

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