Plus, an 11-year-old starts a book club for young Black boys in St. Louis and a Hawaii and Maryland judge strikes down recent Muslim travel ban.

You: "I love my hair!" Other You: "You look like a f***ing auntie."

In case you missed it, Yahoo Finance accidentally tweeted the N-word last night. The media site quickly deleted the tweet and apologized for the typo. But it was too late. Black Twitter had already started a hilarious, trending hashtag. Follow Karen Clark on Social Media Facebook: The Karen Clark Instagram: @TheKarenClark Twitter/Snapchat: @The_KarenClark


The internet went wild Tuesday as old reports of George Zimmerman's homelessness, financial issues, and post-traumatic stress resurfaced.

To show even more solidarity, @BlakeDontCrack created the hashtag #BlackMenSupportLeslie.

Twitter has been educating people regarding all the fabulous things that women of color have achieved, been the “first” to do and more! From famous individuals to the woman that is quietly making strides in your local neighborhood, we picked a few of our favorites. Check out these historical facts about the accomplishments of our […]

In case you missed it, Justin Timberlake got DRAGGED by Black Twitter on Sunday night after tweeting about Jesse Williams’ epic speech. Read More: Jesse Williams Was Dropping Truth Bombs At Last Night’s BET Awards After Jesse Williams spoke about police brutality and cultural appropriation, Justin showed support for what Williams said: What’s the problem […]

In the midst of all the turmoil and sad news this weekend, there was a good amount of joy sparked by three hashtags

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Well-known for his top-notch rap skills and laid-back persona, Big Boi, one-half of the Grammy-winning, multiplatinum duo Outkast, found out how it feels to face the wrath of #BlackTwitter.

Needless to say, a serious night turned hilarious in just seconds thanks to Twitter.