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Roku Pulls Racist 'Infowars' After Social Media Backlash

Alex Jones, founder of Infowars, has also been accused of sexual harassment. He allegedly grabbed a Black employee's backside saying: "Who wouldn't want a Black wife?"

Reuters

Six months after major social media channels such as YouTube and Twitter banned Alex Jones' Infowars, Roku, a streaming service, added a channel for the show's 24 million users. Apparently, there has been a channel for the show on Roku for years, according to Roku spokesman Eric Savitz.

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Touré

Fresh off the whirlwind success of Lifetime Network's controversial "Surviving R. Kelly" documentary, longtime music journalist Touré, one of the many high-profiled contributors featured in the series, has been accused of sexual harassment by his former makeup artist.

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CBS Denies Les Moonves $120M Severance Package

An investigation found there were grounds to terminate Moonves for cause.

CBS former chairman and chief executive Leslie Moonves will not receive his $120 million severance package.

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#MeToo: Zoe Kravitz Says She Was Sexually Harassed on a Movie Set

The incident occurred when she was just nineteen.

Zoe Kravitz (r) and her mother, Lisa Bonert (l)

Zoe Kravitz is speaking out on being sexually harassed on a movie set by a unnamed director when she was a mere nineteen years-old.

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Terry Carter / FACEBOOK

A restaurant owner shocked a 25-year-old female employee, not just by firing her, but for his crude attitude toward her once he informed her of the termination.

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Christine Blasey Ford Stood on the Shoulders of Anita Hill as She Testified

Black women keep watch and push forward as Ford's day in court proves to be a far cry from 1991.

For every woman of color who watched the hearing today, or has followed any of the drama up to this point, our backs are heavy.

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Waitress Who Body-slammed Male Groper Says, 'We Deal With a Lot'

"Despite the #Metoo movement forcing industries to re-examine their sexual-predatory behavior towards women, the service industry is lagging behind."

YouTube

The last thing any woman wants to deal with is the uninvited attention of a man's hand mysteriously finding its way onto her hind parts — especially if you're a waitress just trying to finish your shift in the middle of the night. Ask a Savannah, Ga., waitress, weighing in at 115 pounds, who slammed her male fondler to the ground inside of a pizzeria after he unjustifiably grabbed her backside while on the job.

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Men Who Fear Being Viewed as Incompetent More Likely to Sexually Harass Subordinates: Study

"These findings suggest that sexual harassment may not only come from a place of entitlement, but also from a place of insecurity," according to the authors.

REUTERS

Men who feel their "social status is threatened" are more likely to sexually harass their female subordinates, according to newly published research. However, the same cannot be said for women, note the authors of "Feeling Powerful but Incompetent: Fear of Negative Evaluation Predicts Men's Sexual Harassment of Subordinates."

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Trump Continues to Disparage Women and Mocks #MeToo

His campaign tactic of offending others rallies his base.

REUTERS

At his Great Falls, Mont., rally yesterday, President Trump doled out insults to Rep. Maxine Waters, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Clinton and survivors of sexual harassment and assault — as if he didn't care that his "grab 'em by the p***y" comments and assaults weren't part a catalyst for the movement.

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Dennis Graham, father of superstar recording artist Drake, has offered his thoughts on the sexual assault allegations against Academy Award winning-actor Jamie Foxx and the #MeToo movement.

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HARVARD WEBSITE

Roland Fryer, whose research claims racism in police shootings is a myth, among other things, is under investigation for creating a "hostile" work environment and objectifying women, according to The Harvard Crimson.

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REUTERS

One of the 2018 Olympics feel-good stories has been dragged into the ongoing national conversation surrounding sexual harassment. On Wednesday morning, popular sports media outlet Barstool Sports was recapping 17-year-old Chloe Kim's historic gold medal victory when it suddenly turned sexual.

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