NBC News correspondent Jo Ling Kent was hit by what appears to be a tear gas canister while covering the Black Lives Matter protest in Seattle following the murder of George Floyd.
A video showing Hong Kong protesters being loaded onto a train has been causing major concerns as many believe they are reportedly being sent to China.
Arrested protesters are getting transported out on a train. Unknown at this time where they will be sent. Residents and press are heard asking for their names
A woman has sparked criticism online for ripping off posters hung by Hong Kong protesters in Prince Edward district.
The unnamed woman has reportedly been lecturing protesters that “safety is more important than freedom.”
Video clips showing a parade of Chinese flag-bearing supercars driving past the planned Hong Kong support march over the weekend are making rounds online, igniting criticism from netizens.
According to BlogTO, social media users called out young Chinese nationalists in Canada after footage showing them arriving at the protest site in Toronto driving expensive sports cars, including Ferraris, McLarens, Porsches and others spread online.
An image of a Hong Kong lawmaker getting rejected by a taxi in a bid to evade protesters and reporters is being hailed by some netizens as the “best news photo of the year.”
Pro-government legislator Priscilla Leung had just finished announcing a petition at the Legislative Council on Wednesday when she was chased by a group of anti-extradition protesters who were insisting that she answer to their demands.
Many netizens are applauding protesters for giving way to an ambulance during an emergency in the midst of one of the largest street protest in recent Hong Kong history.
The amazing showcase of genuine human kindness and empathy happened on Sunday where a rough estimation of two million people gathered on the streets of Hong Kong to protest when suddenly, an ambulance tried to pass by during an emergency.
A badass Muslim woman from the Washington D.C. area took a stand against bigotry and hate by showing kindness — and posing for the camera in front of a group of hateful protesters over the weekend.
Shaymaa Ismaa’eel, a 24-year-old behavioral therapist for children with autism, attended the Islamic Circle of North America convention on Saturday. At the event, the first thing she saw was a group of men protesting outside the convention area with offensive signs while verbally harassing Muslims passing by the event.