Tyron Woodley desperately tried to mock UFC fighter Colby Covington by wearing a fake MAGA hat and constantly injecting “Black Lives Matter” into his pre-fight interview, but Covington got the last laugh.
Colby Covington probably thought that his dominating victory over Tyron Woodley would be the highlight of his Saturday night, but he thought wrong.
Colby Covington took care of business in a dominating performance over former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley on Saturday night. And he wasted no time in prognosticating that President Trump will deal a similarly decisive defeat to Joe Biden in November.
White working-class children have been systematically disadvantaged in the United Kingdom as educational institutions prioritise children from minority backgrounds, a report submitted to the House of Commons Education Select Committee found.
Secondary schools which fail to teach pupils LGBT lessons will be penalised by inspectors, it has been revealed.
Matthew Stafford has made a lot of money in the NFL. However, he also comes from a lot of money. A fact which has led the Lions signal-caller to label himself a person of “privilege,” who now wants to get out of his “bubble.”
An Indiana community activist named Satchuel Cole admitted this week she lied about her race and apologized for misleading people.
A teacher in Burlington, Wisconsin, is facing backlash after teaching her fourth-grade students using a pro-Black Lives Matter curriculum. The curriculum alleges that “systemic racism happens because the people who make laws and rules set them up so that it works for them,” and that “most of the people in power who make the rules are white men.”
The UK’s former equalities chief Trevor Phillips has criticised the “woke ultras” who want to destroy symbols of British history, such as statues and names of buildings, warning that a society that damns its past “promises dark days ahead”.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Vince Williams has added his voice to those Steelers turning critical of the NFL’s ongoing social justice demonstrations.
House Republican Reps. Ken Buck and Rick Allen introduced a bill that would ban federal funds for teaching the New York Times’s revisionist “1619 Project.”
Appearing Friday on CNN, New York Times writer and “1619 Project” creator Nikole Hannah-Jones accused President Donald Trump of attempting to stoke racial division after the president announced the “1776 Commission,” which will encourage teachers to educate students about the “miracle” of U.S. history.
The ACLU is suing a California suburban community for its “racist” policy requiring residency for people to use a park in the neighborhood.
The Church of Iceland has raised eyebrows with a Sunday School advert depicting Jesus Christ sporting a long beard and bouncing breasts.
The Swedish women’s national soccer team took a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement during a European cup qualifier match with Hungary this week.
Only one Cowboy has knelt for the national anthem. However, Cowboys legend Emmitt Smith says that if he were still playing, there would be one more.
According to a recent report, employees at the music streaming service Spotify have been fighting over the inclusion of certain episodes of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast on the platform over claims that they are “transphobic.”
The Pittsburgh Steelers organization made the decision to put the name of Antwon Rose, an accused drive-by shooter, on their players helmets. That, according to Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick who says putting Rose’s name on the helmets was not the players call.
Actor John Leguizamo said he will boycott Sunday’s Emmy Awards over the lack of Latino representation among this year’s nominees, saying that Latinos are the largest minority group in the United States and will “decide who is president this year.”
I encourage anyone who thinks the new chairman of the BBC is capable of reforming that Marxist cesspit to watch the clip…
Pittsburgh Steelers lineman Maurkice Pouncey now says that he regrets joining with his teammates team in putting Antwon Rose, Jr.’s name on his helmet on Monday, saying he didn’t know all the facts in the case beforehand.
Pop superstar Lady Gaga has made the baffling claim that people who are born in the United States are all fed white supremacy ideology. The “Chromatica” singer added that she supports the social justice activism taking place around the country and hopes that it will continue to grow.
Following the murder of Trump supporter Aaron Danielson by self-identified Antifa member and Black Lives Matter activist Michael Reinoehl, editors on Wikipedia tried to add the execution-style killing to the page for the violent far-left group. Antifa supporters on the site argued Reinoehl was not a member of any Antifa organization and therefore the killing was not significant enough to mention in the article. One administrator, during a discussion of the incident, smeared Danielson as a “fascist” with another administrator agreeing with the remark.
President Donald Trump on Thursday announced the creation of a “1776 Commission” to fight the growth of far-left revisionist history such as the 1619 Project.
The Columbia University Marching Band has decided to dissolve — after performing music for 116 years — claiming that it was founded with a culture of sexual misconduct and racism, among other things.
The University of Oklahoma recently removed a tribute wall that was dedicated to retired faculty in the political science department over concerns that it was not sufficiently diverse. According to an open letter, the tribute was removed because it “exclusively includes white male faces.”
Nike has decided to commemorate the four-year anniversary of when Colin Kaepernick first knelt during the national anthem, by releasing a special edition all-black jersey.