Chauncey Alcorn
Chauncey Alcorn
Contributor, The Movement
June 15, 2018

Free speech champion Jordan Peterson threatens to sue professor over Twitter name calling

Death threats followed a related 'Daily Caller' story on the exchange.

June 13, 2018

Conservatives keep urging Trump to send troops into Chicago. Experts say it’s a bad idea.

Popular conservative pundits have raised the idea in recent weeks, even though Chicago's gun violence has dropped dramatically from previous years.
June 9, 2018

Should NFL players meet with Trump to discuss more prison pardons? Shaun King says “yes.”

"In effect, this is a hostage negotiation."
June 1, 2018

Black Parkland survivor to help lead march against inner-city gun violence without white classmates

"They often say they want to highlight other types of gun violence. I personally haven’t seen that."
May 30, 2018

Photographer who shot Drake in blackface defends work after Pusha-T drops merciless diss track

“I’m proud to be part of a strong statement made by a black man about the fucked up culture he is living in,” photographer David Leyes said on Instagram.
May 29, 2018

Ex-Fox News host Eric Bolling supported Roseanne Barr after racist tweet

"No apology necessary," Bolling tweeted.

May 28, 2018

Donda’s House supporters tweet messages of praise to the charity after Kim Kardashian West diss

The primary target of Kardashian West’s tweets was Rhymefest, the Chicago rapper who co-founded Donda’s House.
May 28, 2018

Nate Boyer, military vet who convinced Colin Kaepernick to kneel for anthem, disses NFL’s new policy

“This was a big opportunity to bring the players to the discussion with the league and they didn’t do it."
May 27, 2018

New docuseries ‘The Fourth Estate’ puts ‘New York Times’ challenges covering Trump front and center

Filmmaker Liz Garbus said liberals criticize the 'Times' for not understanding the 2016 electorate and for its coverage of Trump supporters. "You can’t really have it both ways," she said.
May 25, 2018

The NFL’s latest attempt to kill the #TakeAKnee movement may be bringing it back to life

"This particular policy and statement has given clarity to the level of racism that exists within the NFL.”
May 22, 2018

Texas trooper’s bodycam footage appears to contradict sexual assault allegation, attorney apologizes

Activist and writer Shaun King’s tweet of Dixon Cole’s family's detailed account of the alleged assault went viral Sunday.

May 19, 2018
May 18, 2018

64 years after Brown: How private religious schools are taking America backwards on segregation

“Any system that benefits a relatively large number of students at the expense of a large number of needy students, it’s a bad system,”
May 14, 2018

ADL gives conflicting statements on Trump as controversial pastor speaks at new Jerusalem embassy

"The choice of Jeffress sends exactly the wrong message.”
May 3, 2018

Kanye West’s slavery comments spark Twitter feud between Candace Owens and Tomi Lahren

Lahren said she "will not jump on the Kanye-obsessed bandwagon."
May 1, 2018

‘TMZ’ staffer to Kanye West: “I actually don’t think you’re thinking anything”

The rapper visited the 'TMZ' headquarters and heard directly from someone who said he's "appalled" by West's behavior.
April 28, 2018

NAACP leader who defended Candace Owens from racist trolls shocked to learn she’s conservative now

"We’re very saddened and disappointed in her," Connecticut NAACP president Scot X. Esdaile said.
April 23, 2018

In new Trayvon Martin docuseries ‘Rest in Power,’ George Zimmerman is not the only villain

The six-part docuseries, which is executive produced by Jay-Z, premiered Friday at the Tribeca Film Festival.