White "Unruly" Broncos Fans "Celebrate" in Downtown Denver
...vs Black Protest and "Riot" Coverage
This shows the difference in how the mainstream media covers Black and White riots. Audio is from Baltimore news coverage after Freddie Gray's murder by police.
Check out this great article by Jamilah King in Mic about this racial double standard ::: bit.ly/20klzb1
#CallItARiot #MainstreamMedia #LamestreamMedia
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