This week Starbucks’ new holiday cups caused a stir, racial tension was high at the University of Missouri and and one GOP candidate said “hell yeah” he would kill baby Hitler.
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The activist group on the Mizzou campus, Concerned Student 1950, said they intend to keep pushing for more social justice programs and diversity at the university.
Starbucks responded, saying the change was to allow customers to use their own creativity with the cups, which have had a holiday theme since 1997.
Upon seeing the light, “Girls” creator Lena Dunham posted video of the sight on Instagram and joked “was I abducted?” Singer Josh Groban joked it was a sign of “impending doom.”
Other women recognized as this magazine’s “Woman of the Year” include Reese Witherspoon, Misty Copeland, Victoria Beckham, and Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards.
CEO Joel Manby told investors that starting in 2017 the park will offer a different kind of experience focusing on this animal’s natural settings and its behaviors.
Bernie Sanders expressed his support for the protesters on Facebook. “In the year 2015, a job has got to lift workers out of poverty, not keep them in it. The $7.25 an hour federal minimum wage is a starvation wage,” he wrote in the post.
On the cover of the special 100th edition of the magazine, the photo is accompanied by the caption, “Our president: Ally. Hero. Icon.”
The candidate later tweeted an article featuring his answer with the comment, “Gotta do it.”
The actor invited fans to join him at the Angelika Film Center in New York City. He also provided a link to a livestream of the event on social media.
This statement was part of the senator’s attempt at arguing against raising the minimum wage.