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Roseanne Barr's reboot at ABC is gone, less than 12 hours after her racist tweet and notwithstanding ratings so strong that she picked up a congratulatory phone call from President Trump.
Why it matters: The show's cancellation came at nearly the exact same time Starbucks across the country shut down for racial bias training after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks.
Be smart: America has a huge amount of work to do on racism, but social media has given people who've been wronged a huge megaphone to demand change.
Freeze frame... Look at how fast Roseanne's tweet got her the axe, with the whole process taking less than 12 hours from bad tweet to cancellation:
The big picture: The immediate action taken by ABC and Disney is a good example of how the #MeToo movement and social media have pushed American companies to be more stringent on not just sexual behavior, but bad behavior overall, Axios' Sara Fischer emails.
Mike Pompeo speaks on the release of the 2017 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom. Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images
The U.S. Geological Survey had to remind people today that no one should try to roast marshmallows over Hawaii's Kilauea volcano's vents: