Mark Allen Barlett defends his use of the N-word: We use it because Black people use it.
UPDATE 1/24: Girlfriend Who Called The Black Teens Thugs Was Fired From Her Job
Dana Scalione, who on MLK day, screamed at and shoved Black teens for protesting was fired from her real estate job in light of Monday's incident.
They posted it on it's Facebook page :
The company also posted that she had been working at the company for seven years. In the responses that followed people calling for her termination and anger toward the company, they posted that, "We have to start respecting and loving one another. We are all human beings no matter of color, religion and beliefs."
They did ask that people not submit threats as it, "makes all of us no better than the people that hate."
Many praised the company's actions, and when one hoped Scalione would not find other employment in the area, the company's response was: "Let's hope not.":
Mark Allen Bartlett has a lot of explanations for his actions toward Black teens on MLK Day, but the video shows everything from him threatening to run over one of the protesters with his SUV, to using racial slurs, to pointing a gun at the teenagers.
Perry, who grew up in poverty in New Orleans, was so inspired by Rep. Frederica Wilson's (D-Fla.) organization for at-risk boys that he wrote a $100,000 check from his seat on stage.
Media mogul Tyler Perry was present on MLK Day in Miami, Fla., to honor 58 young men, ages 9-19, graduating from the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project. Perry, who experienced a tumultuous, abusive childhood, was so moved he took out his checkbook while on stage to make a donation to the same organization that also helped fallen soldier Sgt. La David Johnson flourish.