Chandelis R. Duster is reporter for NBC News.
"We're really excited about the possibilities it will present for families and organizations across the country," one prominent advocate said.
The NAACP has signed off Facebook and is calling on others to do the same due to the tech company's "history of data hacks which unfairly target its users of color."
"Racial discrimination at Facebook is real," wrote Mark Luckie, a former manager at the social networking giant.
The president also defended his "What the hell do you have to lose?" catchphrase to woo black voters. "My poll numbers with African-Americans went up, up, up."
Members of the city's gay community consider the flyers — which include an image of an assault rifle similar to the one used in the Pulse shooting — a threat.
Over 200,000 people have visited the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery since it opened in April.
The former first lady has partnered with nearly 20 African-American organizations with her initiative When We All Vote.
While 'Crazy Rich Asians' and 'Black Panther' bring more minorities to the silver screen, Hollywood casting continues to rely on superficial stereotypes.
"This is probably going to be... the most pro-black president I've seen in my lifetime," said Pastor Darrell Scott, a supporter of the president.
The R&B singer admits to 'imperfect ways' but still denies committing any specific crimes.