W Affle House is currently in PR hell. First, in the early morning of April 22,  Chikesia Clemons was arrested by white policemen at a Waffle House in Saraland, Alabama. Three policemen knocked her down, bared her breasts, and an officer threatened to break her arm. Watch the video below:
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Waffle House immediately backed the police by stating that they were "taking action by Saraland police Washington Post then accused Chikesia of being drunk and threatening to "shoot this place". Chikeisa takes legal action and makes lawyer Benjamin Crump represents her. [1
Mithcell wrote on social media: "I do not need a lawsuit …. just needs to be publicized, all before the shootings and incident in Mobile went viral." Waffle House shall "Investigating the Circumstances"
The franchise must make a clear stand against discrimination. Not immediately on the side of the police or as slow as molasses to "investigate". Waffle House needs this treatment from Starbucks and H & M.
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PYEONGCHANG-GUN, SOUTH KOREA – FEBRUARY 9: Flag bearer Ngozi Onwumere from Nigeria leads the team during the opening ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics at the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium on February 9, 2018 in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea. (Photo by Quinn Rooney / Getty Images)
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Meet all the black people attending the 2018 Winter Olympics
14 photos Launch gallery
<div class =" ion " gallery__slideshow "daten-title =" Meet all the black people participating in the Olympic Winter Games 2018 "daten-description =" T his annual work of the Olympic Winter Games is the most diverse It has always been that way more and more black athletes in sports that are not traditionally associated with color to fight for gold medals.
Apart from the 10 American Olympic athletes, there are a handful of other black participants from countries that do not have a cold winter season, much less a single snowflake, which makes their qualification for games even more impressive. In contrast, only 10 blacks participated in the 2014 Winter Olympics.
The opening ceremony will take place on Friday. The Games will take place until February 25 in Pyeongchang County, South Korea.
Black women busy saving America from themselves make up the bulk of the United States team. Will you be able to win in South Korea?
Here is a closer look at all blacks who compete in PyeongChang 2018.
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. 1 Aja Evans, Team USA
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2. Elana Meyers Taylor, Team USA
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3. Hakeem Abdul-Saboor, Team USA
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4. Chris Kinney, Team USA
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5. Jordan Greenway, Team USA
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6. Erin Jackson, Team USA
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7. Shani Davis, Team USA
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8. Maame Biney, Team USA
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9. Kimani Griffin, Team USA
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10. Shannon-Ogbani Abeda, Eritrea
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11. Sabrina Wanjiku, Kenya
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12. Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian and Carrie Russell, Jamaica
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13. Akwasi Frimpong, Ghana
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14. Audra Segree, Jamaica
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