Jameis like “My boys held me down cuh-we STILL DEM BOYS-CHEYAH! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Protesters from across St Louis turned up and turned out for the first St Louis County Council Meeting since Mike Brown’s Death. (Part II)
The St Louis County Council meeting was a fiery afar, as residents from across the county demanded Darren Wilson’s arrest, answers for Mike Brown’s death, and expressed frustration at their own police force being turned on them like they were enemies of the state. #staywoke #farfromover
TEENS REACT TO NINTENDO (NES)
Used to dumb out when I’d visit my older cuzo and play his Super Mario Bros on that jawn. S/O 2 all da ’80s babies…
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The soft-spoken Marcus Mariota made a loud statement with his play Saturday, leading Oregon to a 46-27 thumping of Michigan State.
Part 2: Celebrities react to the Ferguson protests
Many of our favorite actors, athletes, musicians, and influencers pride themselves on being “down with the people,” but in regards to such a public case and the unrest in America, most of our favorite celebs haven’t said a word.
We get it, people shouldn’t look to celebs to mobilize the masses during a time of injustice, but it is nice to know they’re aware and that they care.
Despite criticism against Twitter activism, the Ferguson Police Department has decided against releasing the name of the officer responsible for killing Michael Brown due to social media coverage and outrage. So no matter what you think about hashtag activism, it works in some capacity.
The amount of celebrities who’ve weighed in on this tragedy isn’t nearly enough, but stay woke, people.
Here are some of the celebrities who aren’t too wrapped up in popping bottles at the club and taking selfies. Check out their social media activism down under.