A bogus Instagram account encouraging Black women to avoid the film because actor Michael B. Jordan's alleged girlfriend is not Black is causing a stir.
"This is a hate crime. Let's stop playing games," said Scot X. Esdaile, president of the NAACP Connecticut chapter.
The Northampton (Mass.) Police Department said it "cannot overlook the fact that this program may be received differently by some members of our community."
A University of Oklahoma student involved in messages sent from "Daddy Trump" obtained contact info from a private University of Pennsylvania Facebook group.
The image, which has been proven to be fake, shows an immigration officer supposedly arresting an immigrant who is trying to vote.
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