My generation marched so future generations of women could enjoy Lady Doritos.— Stacey Garratt (@staceygarratt) February 5, 2018
Women: We want equal pay for equal work and an end to sex discrimination in the workplace.— Marie Connor (@thistallawkgirl) February 5, 2018
Society: Here’s a bag of Lady Doritos so you won’t have to crunch too loudly in front of your male colleagues.
This kid had a moment with Justin Timberlake.
@Yair_Rosenberg, tweeting about 13-year-old Ryan McKenna, who snapped a selfie with Justin Timberlake and became a meme.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s words were used to sell … trucks.
who knew mlk was talking about pickup trucks this whole time— tracy the emotional support penguin (@brokeymcpoverty) February 5, 2018
@brokeymcpoverty, tweeting about the Super Bowl ad that used a Martin Luther King Jr. sermon about service to tout Dodge Ram Trucks. The ad, which was approved by King’s estate, was torn apart on social media. “Exploiting MLK’s legacy for a Dodge ad the year Kaepernick was effectively banned by the league is the epitome of everything wrong in America,” @_waleedshahid tweeted. Here’s the ad.
Black people cant kneel and play football but MLK should be used to sell trucks during the super bowl. Unbelievable.— Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) February 5, 2018
Trayvon Martin remembered on his birthday.
@violadavis, the actress, sharing a tribute to Trayvon Martin, who would have turned 23 on Monday. Trayvon was shot and killed at age 17 on Feb. 26, 2012, by George Zimmerman, in a case that sparked activism against police shootings.
Peter Thiel investment makes HQ users want to delete app.
@_ansley, tweeting at HQ, the super-popular trivia game show app. Recode recently reported that in a new round of financing, HQ will get $15 million from billionaire Peter Thiel’s venture capital firm Founders Fund. The news has sparked the hashtag #DeleteHQ from those who dislike Thiel, who is a supporter of President Trump.