Grant Napear was fired by his radio station and resigned as the Sacramento Kings TV play-by-play announcer last week after he was mobbed for tweeting “All Lives Matter.

Gordon Klein, a professor at UCLA, has been placed on leave after he refused to cancel a final exam following George Floyd’s death.

Stu Peters, a Manx Radio presenter, has been suspended after he challenged the concept of “white privilege” in a debate with a caller to his radio show.

Martin Shipton, chief reporter of the Western Mail, has been forced to step down as a Wales Book of the Year Judge after he complained that the Black Lives Matter protest in Cardiff broke the Welsh Government’s social distancing rules.

The Op Ed Editor of the @nytimes has “resigned” after being heavily criticized by left-wing coworkers for publishing an opinion piece by a Republic Senator calling for the US Army to be used as “back up” in American cities to maintain law and order.

Stan Wischnowski, the top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, has been forced to resign because a headline on an article in the paper about building destroyed in the riots read “Buildings Matter, Too.”

Hundreds of poets are calling for the President of the US Poetry Foundation to be fired because its statement last week saying it “stands in solidarity with the Black community, and denounces injustice and systemic racism” didn’t go far enough.

Students at Cornell are demanding that chemistry professor David Collum be fired for tweeting that an incident in Buffalo, NY, in which a BLM protestor was pushed over by a police officer and hurt his head was not an example of police brutality.

UCLA has launched an inquiry after students complained about a white politics lecture – a US Air Force veteran – reading aloud Martin Luther King’s “Letter From Birmingham Jail” which includes the n-word. The lecture was about the history of racism.

The editor-in-chief of Bon Appetit, Adam Rapoport, has stood down after a piece he wrote genuflecting to BLM was judged to be insufficiently pious by his staff (and he wore an inappropriate Halloween costume 13 years ago).

The BBC has removed Little Britain from BBC iPlayer because of sketches involving the wearing of blackface.

Dee Nguyen fired from MTV’s The Challenge after posting “People die every f***ing day” in response to Black Lives Matter protest.

Claudia Eller, Editor-in-Chief of Variety, has been forced to take “administrative leave” after snapping back when a person of colour criticised her self-flagellating article about the lack of diversity at Variety for being insufficiently pious.

LA Galaxy player Aleksandar Katai has been “released” by the club following critical posts made by his wife Tea Katai about BLM protestors on Instagram.

Leading economists, including Paul Krugman, are calling for Harald Uhlig, a professor of economics at the University of Chicago, to be fired as editor of the Journal of Political Economy because he criticized the BLM movement.

Stockwell Day, a former Canadian cabinet minister, has lost three jobs following a television appearance last week in which he said he didn’t think Canada was a racist country, most Canadians are not racist and the system is not systemically racist.