Stephanie Dash was appalled by the treatment she received from Deputy Rhonda Casillas while caring for her patient.
Brown was a teen when she said she killed a white man in fear for her life.
A recent ruling in the case of Cyntoia Brown, a victim of sex trafficking sentenced to life for killing a man who picked her up for sex when she was a teen, is sparking outrage. The Tennessee Supreme Court has said Brown must serve at least 51 years in prison before she could be released.
"You guys should all go to court because you're trained liars," a woman said to three friends shopping for hats.
Three Black women were shopping at a Target store in Nashville, Tenn., when an angry woman verbally harassed them, saying the women "Don't belong here" and that they are "perfect for the court system."
"This is what we go through. [I'm] a young, Black man out here trying to do what's right," Michael Hayes said.
In the continual reports of white people calling 911 on Black people for doing ordinary things, a Black real estate investor was reported to authorities for doing his job.
Following student protests at the Tennessee high school, school administrators were suspended.
White students at Haywood High School in Brownsville, Tenn., were messaging each other through private group chats and making threats against Black students, including "stringing a ni**er up."
Rihanna and others advocate freeing Brown who at age 16 was raped and forced into prostitution.
As sexual harassment and violence against women remains a part of the national conversation, the case of Cyntoia Brown, a 16-year-old victim of sexual abuse sentenced to life for killing a man who picked her up for sex, is again brought into the spotlight by celebrities using social media.
Lipscomb University's President Putting Cotton on a Table at a Black Student Dinner Shows Why Cultural Awareness Matters
The president of Lipscomb University serving collard greens and cornbread to students with cotton centerpieces raises deeper questions about cultural awareness and white privilege.
Earlier this week, to the horror of many, a Black student from Lipscomb University — a predominately white school — wrote about her experience while attending the president of the university's home for dinner, which featured eyebrow-raising centerpieces of cotton stalks in jars along with collard greens and cornbread to eat.
Discrimination proves to be bad for business once again.
"Hopefully the Muslims will eliminate him and mooshelle as queers," a Tennessee deputy director wrote on Facebook.
A Tennessee deputy director has resigned after posting disturbing racist and violent messages on his Facebook, including one calling for the deaths of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
"Are you just another n**ger that doesn't understand anything?" the Trump supporter said.
A billboard in Tennessee displaying the Trump-inspired slogan was taken down hours later following immense criticism.
A candidate for U.S. Congress from Tennessee on Tuesday erected a highway billboard prominently displaying the slogan "Make America White Again," a statement widely interpreted to be the real meaning of Trump's "Make America Great Again" dog whistle.
The governor signed the controversial bill Wednesday, which allows counselors to turn away clients based on "sincerely held principles."
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam (R) signed a bill on Wednesday that makes it legal for therapists and counselors to turn down LGBT clients based on "sincerely held principles."