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Black Lives Matter at 7 Years and the Meaning of this Movement-Moment
July 9, 2020
“We are the diviners of change!” proclaims Janaya “Future” Khan. Three thousand people … significantly young and Black … fill the massive concrete steps at Los Angeles City Hall, pouring out onto the sidewalk, into the street, extending the length of the block and into Grand Park. The hotter-than-July sun shines on the faces of Youth Vanguard members who just finished speaking about their recent victory in LAUSD – ousting police from school campuses and cutting their budget by 35%. ... read more »
#BlackLivesMatter’s Mass March for Justice Disrupts White Capitalism at Hollywood & Highland
January 2, 2020
Since 2014, #BlackLivesMatter has used the holiday season to highlight the relationship between White capitalism and Black death ... read more »
#BlackLivesMatter’s #BlackXmas is Not Just About Buying Black, It’s About Saving Black Lives
December 7, 2018
This weekend the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and Black Lives Matter-Los Angeles co-hosted #BlackSunday, an opportunity for the community to intentionally spend their dollars with Black-owned businesses, who were provided with booth space at no charge. ... read more »
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Black Lives Matter’s #BlackXmas: Why a Black Economic Agenda Is Necessary for Black Liberation
December 21, 2017
#BlackXmas is not a call to replace White capitalism with Black capitalism ... read more »
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