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Sep 27 2020
The public opinion of anti-police brutality protests and the Black Lives Matter movement has plunged significantly in the past few months following the nation's biggest cities being besieged by frequent protests that have escalated into civil unrest and even fiery riots.The Blaze
Jun 12 2020
A group of activists sued Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser this week over her decision to paint “Black Lives Matter” down two blocks of 16th Street, which leads to the White House, saying she violated the First Amendment and showed favoritism to “the Black Lives Matter cult orthodoxy.”
The lawsuit, filed in federal court on Wednesday, complained Ms. Bowser’s move, as well as herWashington Times
Jun 17 2020
Oluwatoyin Salau, a 19-year-old activist and speaker, was found dead on Saturday, June 13, in Florida according to Tallahassee Police. Leading up to her death, Salau had been an active voice in the Black Lives Matter in Tallahassee.
She was reported missing on June 6 after she claimed that she’d been sexually assaulted earlier that day.
Salau spent her final days voicing herMitú
Jul 14 2020
Braver Angels 2020 brings you a conversation like few others.
Bob Woodson and Hawk Newsome are among the most important voices in black America today, but their politics couldn't be any more different on the surface.
Hawk Newsome is the chairman and former president of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York.
Bob Woodson advised the Reagan administration, the BushJohn R. Wood Jr.
Mar 01 2023
New York City would pay hundreds who were arrested during the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests thousands of dollars each as part of a proposed settlement in a class-action lawsuit that accuses the city's police department of "violations of their rights under the First, Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments." According to a court filing, the city would pay each of the protesters in the lawsuit $21,Fox News (Online News)
Nov 02 2021
Candidates running in Tuesday’s mayoral elections across the U.S. have promised to “crackdown” on crime in the aftermath of violent crime surges that swept through major American cities.
Candidates, including Democrats, have stepped away from the Black Lives Matter movement’s calls to defund police departments in response to the death of George Floyd, as crime has risen in cities andThe Daily Caller
Apr 27 2022
When Kulia Petzoldt first learned of George Floyd’s death in 2020, she and her teenage daughter ventured to Lake Merritt in Oakland, California, to protest alongside a mass of people demanding justice.
Petzoldt, who is white, said growing up around different cultures and having friends who were Black made her feel more conscious of the racial discrimination Black people faced. TheNBC News (Online)
Apr 27 2022
Black Lives Matter used donations to buy a $6 million home. Does the move represent a milestone of progress for the movement, or a misuse of funds?
The home is more than 7,400 square feet and has parking for more than 20 cars. It was purchased by Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation in late 2020 through a private LLC. A story from New York Magazine (Left bias) said theNBC News (Online) Washington Examiner New York Post (News)
May 01 2021
The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation released a statement on April 23 in response to the death of Ma’Khia Bryant. The website states: “Ma’Khia Bryant called the police for help. Columbus police officer Nicholas Reardon showed up and shot this 16-year-old child point blank within a matter of seconds.”The Dispatch
Apr 28 2021
The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation released a statement on April 23 in response to the death of Ma’Khia Bryant. The website states: “Ma’Khia Bryant called the police for help. Columbus police officer Nicholas Reardon showed up and shot this 16-year-old child point blank within a matter of seconds.”
Family members of Bryant have said she placed the call herself, but as USAThe Dispatch