Wednesday, November 25


Celebs, Julian Assange, protest, Vivienne Westwood

Fashion Designer Vivienne Westwood Puts Herself In A Cage To Protest Julian Assange Extradition

By Corey Atad. 1 hour ago Vivienne Westwood. Photo: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls Dame Vivienne Westwood showed her support for Julian Assange this week with a grand gesture. On Tuesday morning, the 79-year-old fashion designer dressed as a canary and got inside a cage suspended in the air to protest the extradition of the Wikileaks co-founder. RELATED: Pamela Anderson Asks Donald Trump To Pardon Julian Assange: ‘People Would Salute Your Action’I am Julian Assange, I am the canary in the cage. — Vivienne Westwood (@FollowWestwood) July 20, 2020Westwood also appeared on “Good Morning Britain” to talk about her protest, taking the show to task for their representation of Assange.  “He’s been tr...
Black americans, Black Lives Matter, Justice, protest, Racial Justice

Portland Navy vet stood tall asking feds to remember their oath. They broke his hand.

On Saturday evening, 53-year-old Chris David, a disabled Navy veteran, took a bus ride to downtown Portland. According to the Washington Post, he had seen videos of federal agents attacking protesters, whisking some of them away in unmarked vans, and was disturbed by what he saw. So he decided to go talk to them, to ask them what they thought of the oath they had made to defend the Constitution of the United States. David, who had never attended a protest before, hung back and watched protesters outside the federal courthouse after he arrived on the scene. When the feds arrived, they rushed a line of protesters, and David took the opportunity to approach the agents. Standing before them in his Navy sweatshirt, he asked them, "Why are you not honoring your oath? Why are you not honoring ...
Black Lives Matter, BLM, Celebs, Keke Palmer, protest, TV

Keke Palmer Addresses Speculation Her Outspokenness At BLM Protests Led To ABC Axing Her Show

By Brent Furdyk. 45 mins ago ABC/Paula Lobo In early July, ABC officially cancelled its daytime talk show “Strahan, Sara and Keke” after pulling the show off the air in March to make way for its daily coronavirus report “Pandemic: What You Need to Know.” The axed show — featuring Michael Strahan, Sara Haines and Keke Palmer — is being replaced by a third hour of “Good Morning America”, “GMA 3: What You Need to Know”. Due to the timing of the cancellation, however, some of Palmer’s fans speculated that her recent outspokenness about the Black Lives Matter movement and her presence at protests led to the cancellation. RELATED: Keke Palmer Discusses The Black Lives Matter Movement, Says Donald Trump Is ‘Inciting A Race War’ On Sunday, Palmer ...
Black Lives Matter, BLM, defunding police, Local, pink paint, protest

Black Lives Matter refutes police version of events after 3 charged for defacing statues – The Canadian News

Members of Black Lives Matter Toronto (BLM) are refuting the police’s version of the events that occurred during and following the arrest of three protesters charged for defacing statues during a march on Saturday. A 35-year-old man, a 47-year-old woman and a 35-year-old woman, all of Toronto, were charged with three counts of mischief under $5,000 and conspiracy to commit a summary offence after pink paint was splashed on statues of Egerton Ryerson, John A. Macdonald and King Edward VII. Two of the protesters were held at 52 Division while a third was held at 55 Division Police said two of the people arrested had been released around 5:30 p.m., but later said they declined to sign the release forms to leave custody and “they will be released as soon as they sign, and we woul...