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- A review of the arrests of dozens of people on federal charges over the last couple weeks of Black Lives Matter protests has revealed "no known effort by Antifa to perpetrate a coordinated campaign of violence."
- Interim MTA President Sarah Feinberg said that subway and bus straphangers who don't wear masks will face public humiliation instead: “When they get on a subway car or when they get on a bus, all of their fellow passengers see them, and people start taking photos, and people start looking at them, and you quickly feel pretty shamed."
- Audrey Gelman resigned as CEO of The Wing, but staffers said on social media that the decision was "not enough" and that The Wing needed to do more to support its employees of color.
- Nike announced that the company will recognize Juneteenth as an annual paid holiday for U.S. employees.
- The NY Times talked to several of the "leaders" of the decentralized protests that have engulfed the city in recent weeks.
- The cast of Succession broke down four standout scenes from season two for Variety.
- In addition to players, team employees and league officials, the NBA is also planning on having a select group of reporters sequestered at Walt Disney World for at least three-and-a-half months, with no option to re-enter if they exit quarantine.
- Country group Lady Antebellum announced that they are changing their name to Lady A, and apologized for using a name associated with slavery in America.
- White celebrities, including Aaron Paul, Kristen Bell, Justin Theroux, Debra Messing, and more, posted a two-minute black-and-white PSA in response to Black Lives Matter that looked more like a very cringey monologue montage.
- Listen to “No Time For Love Like Now,” a beautiful new song by Big Red Machine (Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon) featuring Michael Stipe.
- Radiohead are streaming their April 2018 show from São Paulo, Brazil.
- And finally, who doesn't like getting a little attention:
Extra Extra: MTA Says Straphangers Who Don't Wear Face Coverings Will Be Shamed
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