The Week in News

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and wife Patty Quillin donated $120 million to HBCUs, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas removed its controversial Hey Reb! statue, and the Supreme Court ruled that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects gay and transgender employees.

To read these stories and more, see below:

Family of Rayshard Brooks Speaks Out After Fatal Shooting

Supreme Court Rules Civil Rights Law Protects Gay and Transgender Workers

Ezekiel Elliott and ‘Several’ Other NFL Players in Texas Have Contracted COVID-19

Nickelodeon Confirms SpongeBob Is a Member of the LGBTQIA+ Community!

Beyoncé Writes Powerful Letter Demanding Justice for Breonna Taylor

Family of Rayshard Brooks Hold Memorial Service in Atlanta

‘Walking Dead’ Actor Introduces Transgender Son!

Eva Marcille Is Leaving ‘RHOA’ After 3 Seasons!

Breonna Taylor Lawyer Says She Would Be Alive If Officers Were in Uniform

75-Year-Old Man Pushed by Buffalo Police Has Fractured Skull and Is Unable to Walk

UNLV Removes Controversial Statue of Mascot

Netflix CEO & Wife Donate $120 Million to HBCUs

‘Siesta Key’ Star Fired for Alleged Racist Social Media Comments

Pusha T & Wife Virginia Williams Welcome First Child!

THIS iPhone Shortcut Will Record Your Interaction with Police

Taco Bell Manager Alleges He Was Fired for Wearing Black Lives Matter Mask

Rayshard Brooks’ Widow Reacts to Deadly Cop’s Murder Charge

Vanessa Bryant Urges Congress to Pass Helicopter Safety Bill Named After Kobe & Gianna

Jennifer Lawrence Joins Twitter to Demand Justice for Breonna Taylor

Cop Involved in Breonna Taylor’s Fatal Shooting to Be Fired

‘All Lives Matter’ Supporter Berates New York Barista Over ‘Black Lives Matter’ Sign

AMC Reverses Mask Policy After Receiving Backlash

‘Lord of the Rings’ Actor Sir Ian Holm Dead at 88

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