Plus, Snapchat partners with BET to bring college tours to high school students and five NFL players went to Capitol Hill to address police brutality.
https://twitter.com/FinallyAaron/status/780867961611489282 Social Media erupted on Tuesday after a Snapchat screenshot went viral, showing a police officer in uniform with text that included a racial slur. Pennsylvania officer Melissa Adamson has been fired after a offensive photo which read, “I’m the law today n**gas” made it’s rounds on the internet. The insensitive pic reportedly cost her two jobs […]
A social media campaign has also launched with Tavonna's photo and the hashtag #stopbullying. Police are still investigating the teen's death at the time of reporting.
“At the White House, our digital strategy centers around meeting people where they are. This decentralized approach, in response to the proliferation of social media, aims to provide the American people with a multitude of ways to engage with their government. Today, we're excited to announce that this push is continuing, with the debut of the White House’s Official Story on Snapchat."
The video was uploaded to the popular college-used app, Yeti. Videos and photos, uploaded to the community app anonymously, is a place where students can share events and information on campus.
The University of South Carolina has been added to the growing list of campuses in the news for racial incidents, after a student was suspended for…