Hey, 'Black Lives Matter,' where are you? Black, pregnant mother gunned down on St. Louis porch, but not a peep from the group
By Duncan SmithIt’s becoming more obvious by the day that the “Black Lives Matter” movement isn’t about saving black lives at all.Rather, it’s a group of political opportunists who utilize certain incidents and tragedies to advance a radical Marxist agenda.Period.This is just another case in point, the latest, actually.Via Law Enforcement Today:Rahmeisha Smith had not told anyone in her family that she was pregnant. She was planning to surprise the father. She wrote it all down on a box she was going to use as part of that surprise.Family members of Smith discovered the box.“We went in her hou...
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Black Lives Matter’s Goal to ‘Disrupt’ the Nuclear Family Fits a Marxist Aim That Goes Back a Century and a Half
Image from TED Conference on Flickr | CC BY-NC 2.0The organization Black Lives Matter has removed from its website a page that included language condemning America’s "Western-prescribed nuclear family structure."The page, titled "What We Believe," included various public policy positions unrelated to police brutality and police reform. The Washington Examiner discovered on Monday the page had been removed."Page Not Found. Sorry, but the page you were trying to view does not exist," the page now reads.Black Lives Matter has removed its "What We Believe" page from its site.The page included many...
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Black Lives Matterによって前進する、アメリカのファッション業界
米国ファッション業界で加速する人種差別撤廃の動き アメリカで起こったBlack Lives Matt...
In Philadelphia's white suburbs, Black Lives Matter protests both denounced and exposed racism. Will it make a difference?
PHILADELPHIA — For 8 minutes and 46 seconds, the same amount of time that a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on the neck of a Black man named George Floyd, hundreds of people dropped to a knee in a Kennett Square intersection.Naomi Simonson, who organized the event, looked around and wept.She had grown up in Kennett, attended high school steps away, and in her 20 years never knew whether her mostly white neighbors and friends cared about the struggles of Black people like her. The sight of the crowd felt like an answer, she said.“I was looking around to see people I grew up with and thei...
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Trump Says Biden Controlled By ‘People In Dark Shadows,’ Compares Policy Brutality To Missing Golf Putt
On August 31, President Donald Trump claimed that Democratic party nominee Joe Biden was being controlled by “people in dark shadows” in a Fox News interview.“Who is pulling Biden’s strings? Is it the Obama people?” interviewer Laura Ingraham asked.“People you’ve never heard of, people that are in the dark shadows,” Trump said.Ingraham pressed further by asking, “What does that even mean? Dark Shadows? What is that?”Trump gave a seemingly vague reply. “I’ll tell you some time. It’s under investigation right now,” he said.Later in the interview, Trump called Black Lives Matter a “Marxist organ...
6 Black Lives Matter murals coming to Kansas City streets
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Black Lives Matter murals will be painted on six Kansas City streets Saturday in what organizers believe is the largest project of its kind.Other cities across the country have similar murals, most notably the Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C. But none — at least that organizers know of — match the scope.This project, KC Art on the Block, spans 2,000 feet of street and will involve 1,000 volunteers, hundreds of gallons of paint and six local Black artists leading the designs.Each mural will feature “Black Lives Matter” in big block letters, but each artist is fill...
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有名黒人指導者の娘たちが語る 「Black Lives Matter」
アメリカは「Black Lives Matters」（黒人の命は大切）のデモが高まるなか、 8月28...
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3 in 5 people have stopped spending money at companies due to their social stances
This year has brought so many social and economic issues to light in America. Whether it’s the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Black Lives Matter, or the upcoming election, most people feel strongly about so-called “social justice”. Because of this, some people choose to donate to causes to help make a change.Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreBut how many people are choosing this route, and what investments are they making? In a new study, registered investment adviser company Personal Capital surveyed 1,000 people who donate or invest money at least three times a year about...
Who is afraid of the Black Lives Matter movement? Notes on a revolutionary conjuncture
INEVITABLY, a lot has happened in the six weeks that this column last appeared before I proceeded on a medical leave. Six weeks is a long time of absence and it has been quite unsettling for me to be away for such a long time, even though the absence was needed. That the period happened to coincide with momentous events and developments in Nigeria and around the world made my absence from the column even more regrettable. I am a creature of intense responsiveness to the conflicts and possibilities of the age and a cultural journalist who derives his greatest vocational self-validation from bea...
Vahe Gregorian: Saying 'shut up and play' touches on deeper issues. Here's why it's time to let that go.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Before the momentous dividing line of 2020 with its synergistic upheaval of pandemic and social awakening, the latest brutal act of racial injustice in the spotlight typically would have been a fleeting and grudgingly tolerated topic in the world of sports in America.It’s a country, after all, where coaches and athletes who express a sentient view are apt to hear “shut up and dribble,” or “stick to sports,” and get that approximate message from their owners and coaches behind the scenes.A place where saying “Black Lives Matter” is twisted to be controversial in certain circl...
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