Actress and “Saturday Night Live” star Leslie Jones trashed the upcoming “Ghostbusters” sequel as “something Trump would do.”
Body parts, foul language, and hate speech took center stage at the third Women’s March in Washington, DC, on Saturday.
Anti-Trump Women’s March activists have relocated to protest outside the White House where President Donald Trump prepares to address Americans at 4 p.m. Eastern with a “major announcement” on the humanitarian crisis on the U.S. Southern border.
Hollywood Director Ava DuVernay is set to host a “National Day of Racial Healing” to address efforts to end “discrimination and injustice.”
Protesters among the Women’s March in Washington, DC, Saturday called for free abortions for all, President Trump’s children to be caged, and for Trump to “drop dead.”
The third anti-Trump Women’s March is taking place in Washington, DC, with a seemingly endless sea of poster signs and chants.
Activist Kursat Christoff Pekgoz has filed a Title IX complaint against Harvard University for its recent attacks on “traditional masculinity.”
A professor at the University of Notre Dame is argued that higher education is drowning in “bullshit” in a recent column for the Chronicle.
Representative Virginia Foxx (R-TN) published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal arguing that trade school is just as valuable as higher education.
Peter Boghossian, a professor of philosophy at Portland State University, may potentially face sanctions from his university for his work on a series of hoax research papers designed to show the flaws in the academic journal industry.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) said she will no longer associate with the Women’s March on Washington, citing its leadership’s refusal to “repudiate anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry.”
VICE’s French website has celebrated the young people of France who have opted to get themselves permanently sterilised to “save the world.”
A humorous sketch video from We the Internet TV mocks expensive graduate programs in women’s studies and journalism and praises trade school.
According to a recent report, the use of the word “family” caused many Google employees to freak out, arguing that the term was homophobic.
Arts and crafts events are being hosted at universities across the country in preparation for 2019 Women’s March, giving students the opportunity to get together and create signage for the upcoming anti-Trump march.
BBC Four has announced it will air a number of new shows focused on the ‘hidden’ history of ethnic minorities in the UK next month, as part of a season which will “celebrate British diversity”.
White comedian Zach Poitras was banned from participating in two nights of comedy events in the Canadian city of Montreal after organisers claimed his dreadlock hairstyle was inappropriate.
The Women’s March is still scheduled to take place on Saturday on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., but the anti-President Donald Trump event has been losing the support of sponsors, including the Democratic National Committee, following charges its leaders are anti-Semitic.
Brigham Young University apologized this week after it faced criticism for an Instagram post featuring two white students dressed as tacos.
Bestselling author Dr. Jordan Peterson and Rubin Report host Dave Rubin have left Patreon in protest of the funding platform’s censorship, losing up to $100,000 dollars of monthly income between the two of them in the process.
Recently leaked documents suggest that the students behind the Stanford University newspaper are intentionally tainting their work with a progressive bias.
Gillette’s recent commercial against “toxic masculinity” has reached 700,000 dislikes on YouTube and is quickly approaching the top 50 most disliked YouTube videos of all time after just several days on the platform.
Streaming device manufacturer and platform Roku caved in to demands from left-wing activists to blacklist Infowars, Tuesday.
Actress Sarah Silverman spoke out about the Women’s March’s ties to anti-Semitism Wednesday, saying she is “heartbroken” but will “stay hopeful” that things will change.
The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill chancellor abruptly resigned on Monday — but before doing so, authorized that the remains of a Confederate statue be removed from where it once stood on campus.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) launched an effort this week to protect campus free expression around the globe.
Shaving product manufacturer Gillette received an overwhelmingly negative response to its latest advertisement campaign, which takes a stand against “toxic masculinity.”