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.


Trump's base branded angry tweets in opposition to a federal judge's decision with #BoycottHawaii, but most social media users weren't having it.

Muhammad Ali's son and his ex-wife, Khalilah Camacho-Ali headed to Washington, D.C. Thursday for a forum with lawmakers and discussed ending racial profiling and President Donald Trump's muslim ban.

Officials allegedly asked, “Where did you get your name from?” and “Are you Muslim?”


Muhammad Ali Jr. was reportedly detained and questioned about his religion at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport earlier this month.

Ibtihaj Muhammad claims that she was detained for no other reason that her last name and her hijab.


As usual, Trump responds—in all caps this time!—on Twitter to show he's mad.

Federal agencies say they will comply with order and restore visas, while President Trump whines about the ruling on Twitter.

Protests against Donald Trump's Muslim ban are still in full effect.


The Muslim rapper weighs in during a quick video chat with TMZ.

The former president weighed in on the new administration and the power of resistance.