"Fake News Onslaught Targets Pizzeria as Nest of Child-Trafficking", published by Cecilia Kang writes about how fake news negatively impacted a business. James Alefantis, owner of a pizzeria have been recinging threats such as " I am watching you", "we're onto you", and "I will kill you personally". He had been confused. He had gone online and encountered news "that Comet Ping Pong was the home base of a child abuse ring led by Hillary Clinton and her campaign chief, John D. Podesta". Eventually James called Bureau and demanded the news to be taken down, butt what was done was done. The Bureau couldn't take down all articles because the spread had already become world wide. In the end. James did as much as he can so everyone's view could change toward his pizzeria. He said, "Musicians who have performed at Comet Ping Pong have been pulled in, too. Amanda Kleinman, whose band, Heavy Breathing, has performed there several times".
Neymar Jr is a famous and well known soccer player. Recently he moved to PSG from Barcelona which he had played for, for about 4 years. After signing a 5 year contract to move to PSG for $35 million, it had caused some hate within the soccer community. People are saying that he doesn't play soccer for the passion, but rather the money, but I think that Neymar chose the right decision. His choices were to: stay in Barcelona while being in the shadow of the greatest soccer player (Lionel Messi) or to not be viewed as a shadow anymore. Neymar explains that he didn't want to move because the amount of money they offered him, but rather new experiences and challenged, and he wants to be closer to his Brazilian teammates.
An article written by Kyle Munson were he talked about 5 white high school students posed as KKK members. In CRESTON, Iowa Creston is an African American young man who attends a high school that is a predominately white town. Creston, a football and basketball superstar, is shown a picture. Five of teammates are dressed up as the KKK and one of them was holding a confederate flag and another was holding a gun. Later, those 5 kids were kicked off the football team which was a good punishment, but sooner or later, lawyers were involved. Creston's dad who is an African-American had been receiving hugs on the daily because of the hard situation that has fallen in his hands. In the end, one of the mothers of the 5 high schooners wanted to apologize for anyone they offended, whether if they were black or if they were white.
Susan Krauss Whitbourne, A professor who majored in psychology explains how man-made disasters can possibly lead to depression. She says depression is "a possible emotional reaction to a stressor" meaning when people are too stressed out and their emotions get in the way of something horrific and you have sadness or grief coming together by a number of physical symptoms. When a man-made disaster occurs and family/ friends are hurt, your home is destroyed, and self problems may trigger depression because it often starts with traumatic events. In order to prove their theory they many "experiments". In conclusion, they have found out that not all depression starts with traumatic events and people react or approach situations differently than others.