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Reply #90 posted 09/22/20 6:39am

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The protests against police corruption must continue. Thank goodness the recent protests are forcing many police departments to make changes in hiring, training, and holding bad police accountable for their actions., and that’s what’s making many right wing nuts and trump supporters angry and upset, because of the power of BLM and many other protest groups, are responsible for forcing those changes. Interesting article on Frank Serpico, former police officer who exposed police corruption years ago, and had his life threatened by many police for exposing bad police/corruption within, and breaking the ‘Blue Wall of Silence’: https://foreignpolicy.com...-good-cop/ Serpico on Police Racism: ‘We Have This Virus Among Us’ A renowned “good cop” says police abuse and corruption are like the coronavirus, infecting departments throughout the world. BY MICHAEL HIRSH JUNE 11, 2020, 6:00 AM (Edited for compliance) Foreign Policy:Were you surprised by the reaction to George Floyd’s killing? Frank Serpico: ”The fuel has been pooling for decades—the Floyd thing was the spark that ignited it. It had gone too far, too long. Police corruption is endemic. It’s been there since the beginning of policing, when police officers had to buy their jobs. What is happening now is also a manifestation of that corruption. Brutality is police corruption. This is a window of opportunity to have some police officers finally see that, hey, we have inherited the sins of our brothers and it behooves us now to do something about it.” “I’m in touch with police all over the country and the world. Until now all my communications have been about whistleblowers and corruption and how the whistleblower almost always becomes the victim. The problem is that in most cases the agencies they go to in order to tell them about wrongdoing inside or outside the department respond along the lines of: If we did this [prosecuted police officers], we would undermine the stability of society. Or they say, “We can’t afford a scandal. It would undermine public confidence in our police.” But what we’re seeing now is that it already has been undermined.” FP:The reaction has been even greater and more intense—certainly more global—than five or six years ago, when the Black Lives Matter movement erupted after Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner was suffocated by a New York police officer. Garner, like Floyd, cried out, “I can’t breathe,” before he died. [FP]: The international reaction has been extraordinary, don’t you think? (Edited for compliance) Frank Serpico:”I think what drove it home this time, as didn’t happen with Eric Garner, is this was so in your face. It was all there on video: One human being slowly killing another helpless human being. It really went beyond the pale. So hopefully the movement continues. We had the coronavirus, which is still ongoing, a lot of people losing their jobs, and the boil burst. It was the perfect storm. I feel that the coronavirus is equivalent to police corruption. We have this virus among us, and we don’t know who has it. Police corruption too is a virus. FP: “The international reaction has been extraordinary, don’t you think?” Frank Serpico “It’s called solidarity. Because people are fed up around the world. Look at what’s happening with the police in Turkey, where they’re shooting at these communities. It’s about poverty in these communities, desperation. What has to be addressed is this economic disparity in the country and the world. We’re wasting so much money on BS technology that would be better used to fix this problem.” [Edited 9/21/20 10:32am]



Interesting - thanks for posting!


No problem. And these are words from a former police officer who lived that life among officers he saw involved in corruption, and many turned on him for trying to break the ‘Blue Wall’. That’s why it’s mind-boggling to see some people get mad at those protesting to expose the brutality committed by bad cops. They’re basically condoning the abuse towards many citizens of color. Just imagine if these same people were around in the pre-civil rights era. Their mentality would be similar to those attacking anyone who marched/protested against police brutality/racial injustices.
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Interesting - thanks for posting!

No problem. And these are words from s former police officer who lived that life among officers he saw involved in corruption, and many turned on him for trying to break the ‘Blue Wall’. That’s why it’s mind-boggling to see some people get mad at those protesting to expose the brutality committed by bad cops. They’re basically condoning the abuse towards many citizens of color. Just imagine if these same people were around in the ore-civil rights era. Their mentality would be similar to those attacking anyone who matched/ protested against police brutality/racial injustices.


The protests are righteous. The outrage is righeous. The brutality is REAL.

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Reply #92 posted 09/25/20 8:02pm

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https://www.youtube.com/w...EGhJMmBWpk

BLACK LIVES MATTER VS HEBREW ISRAELITES



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I N0 L0NGER SUPP0RT BLK L!VES MATTER


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Interesting, how she tried to leave out the fact that her father who had a GM job was in the home as well... hmmm why the hang up Patrice?


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Reply #93 posted 09/25/20 8:05pm

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Black Lives Matter Co-Founders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi Named to TIME’s Annual TIME100 List of the 100 Most Influential People in the World

Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLM Global Network Foundation) is elated to announce that TIME has named our co-founders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi to the 2020 TIME100, its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. This esteemed accomplishment amplifies and celebrates the hard work, commitment, and dedication of our trailblazing leaders in the everyday fight against inequalities and injustices throughout the world. The full list and related tributes appear in the October 5, 2020 issue of TIME, available on newsstands on Friday, September 25, and now at time.com/time100.

This year, for the first time, TIME also unveiled its annual list in an hour-long primetime broadcast special on ABC featuring a special mention of every honoree on the list. The TIME100 list, now in its seventeenth year, recognizes the activism, innovation, and achievements of the world’s most influential leaders.

“When we started BLM it was never to be recognized for our work, but it was to build a movement that works each day to build a more equitable life for all Black lives across the globe. To have this honor from TIME is incredibly humbling for each of us. Alicia, Opal and I stand on the shoulders of our ancestors’ work that has helped to guide our path to liberation, justice, and equality. We dedicate ourselves wholeheartedly to continue their work. This honor is for every young Black person who looks like us. We hope our work will inspire them to always fight — no matter the cost — for what is right,” said Patrisse Cullors, Executive Director of Black Lives Matters.

As we celebrate this momentous occasion of our founders being featured on TIME100, we are charged with continuing to build a movement that brings us all to the front. We have identified several ways for our supporters to help us to continue this movement through three simple calls to action:

  1. First, by ensuring that you, your family, friends, and the entire community will wear a MASK and VOTE early, or vote by mail. On Election Day, November 3, 2020, vote up and down the ballot. Check your status and register today here.
  2. Secondly, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s lasting wish was that her seat on the nation’s highest court not be filled until after a new president is sworn in. We must reach out to our US Senators to ensure her voice is heard and her request fulfilled. Contact your US Senators here.
  3. Lastly, we are calling on Joe Biden and Donald Trump no matter who is inaugurated on January 20, 2021, to make a commitment to sign the BREATHE Act into law within the first 100 days of their administration. Read more on the BREATHE Act proposal here.

BLM Global Network Foundation celebrates this phenomenal achievement of our SHEroes in the struggle for being named to TIME100. We stand with them united to continue to support their vision of justice and equality for all Black lives.

Follow @TIME for updates about the list on Twitter and Instagram or Facebook.com/TIME. Get a copy of the 2020 TIME100 issue on newsstands everywhere on Friday, September 25th or online right now at time.com/TIME100! #TIME100 #BlackLivesMatter

About BLM Global Network Foundation

#BlacklivesMatter was founded in 2013 in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer. Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation is a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by state and vigilantes. By combatting and countering acts of violence, creating space for Black imagination and innovation, and centering Black joy, we are winning immediate improvements in our lives.

Photo of Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi

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Reply #94 posted 09/25/20 8:33pm

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SF Mayor speaks for Black Trans Lives Matter movement

a group of people standing in front of a building

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San Francisco Mayor London Breed supported the Black Trans Lives Matter movement Friday by attending a rally at City Hall, where advocates showed up to raise awareness for all Black lives.

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Reply #95 posted 09/26/20 7:40am

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Louisville a bit more peaceful. lol

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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I was wondering how long it was going to take for them to make their openly political move.
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Black Lives Matter launches a political action committee
By Maya King 5 days ago

On the heels of nearly six months of nationwide demonstrations that sparked an international movement against systemic racism and police violence, Black Lives Matter is expanding its influence into politics by forming a political action committee -- a highly unusual move for a grassroots organizing group with no central leadership.

The Black Lives Matter PAC will formally roll out its programs as early as Monday, according to Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter. The committee plans to endorse a slate of candidates ahead of the general election, paying special attention to mayoral, county sheriff and district attorney races.

"We want to be able to not just speak in 'get out the vote' language," Cullors said in an interview with POLITICO. "Black Lives Matter is launching our PAC so we can talk directly to voters about who we think that they should be voting for and what we think they should be voting on."

The PAC's formation is the latest in a wave of political efforts from social justice organizations ahead of the November election. In late September the Movement for Black Lives, a coalition of more than 50 organizing groups nationwide, launched The Frontline initiative to turn out the vote among young people of color. Black Lives Matter has also spearheaded four separate projects aiming to encourage young Black voters to head to the polls, including a multi-million-dollar outreach campaign and anti-disinformation initiative.

Movement leaders, too, are laying the groundwork for a national policy overhaul that meets the demands for change born out of the summer of protests. On Thursday the Working Families Party announced its 2021 legislative proposal in partnership with Black Lives Matter leaders and progressive organizing groups. The platform has the support of several progressive lawmakers, including Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Pressley, Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Cullors said that Black Lives Matter's political action committee gives the movement an opportunity to hold elected officials accountable on their turf. The group will continue to push for policy change, Cullors said, and now, with the PAC the organization can wield greater influence from the inside. She said Stacey Abrams' 2018 Georgia gubernatorial loss is one example of why movement work is an important component of electoral politics. The goal of the PAC is to put more candidates who align with Black Lives Matter's goals in office."We see this as something that we are going to be pushing for [during] other elections. We have this national election now but we [will] have midterm elections," she said.

"It's a long time in the making and this is the right time to launch it."



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In connection to the above piece. The Working Families Party


Progressives unveil 2021 agenda to pressure Biden
By Holly Otterbein 10/8/2020

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Black Lives Matter leaders, organized labor, progressive groups and members of the House Democratic "Squad" are unveiling a 2021 agenda Thursday, laying down markers for how big a Joe Biden administration could go on coronavirus aid, economic relief and more next year.


© Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images Eight members of Congress, from left, Reps. Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley, are backing the program.Known as the Working Families Party's "People's Charter," the 1,000-word proposal calls for universal free health care, a jobs program employing 16 million people, retroactive hazard pay for essential employees and the reallocation of resources from policing toward education and other services. It also promotes giving the public an ownership stake in firms that receive bailouts, as well as buying out gas and oil companies, among other policies...

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https://nypost.com/2020/09/17/blm-co-founder-teams-up-with-pro-chinese-communist-party-group/

Black Lives Matter co-founder teams up with Chinese advocacy group

Alicia Garza

One of the Black Lives Matter founders has launched a new venture with a Chinese community advocacy organization.

Alicia Garza is behind the Black Futures Lab, which is backed by the Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), according to the website.

A report from The Heritage Foundation initially linked the San Francisco-based CPA to a group of the same name in Boston, which has hosted joint events with the Chinese consulate.

The Boston organization was described as “pro-communist” and supportive of the People’s Republic of China.

Tax records, however, show that the two groups are separate entities. A spokesman for the Boston-based CPA also confirmed that the two nonprofits are unrelated, and denied that the group had any communist ties, the New York Times reported.

An earlier version of this article said the Black Futures Lab was affiliated with a pro-Chinese Communist Party organization called the Chinese Progressive Association. The BFL is in fact backed by an unaffiliated group of the same name, and both organizations deny being “pro-communist.” The story has been updated.

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Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors Signs Overall Deal With Warner Bros. Television Group

By Will Thorne

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Patrisse Cullors is making a big step into the television business.

The co-founder of Black Lives Matter has signed her first over overall deal with Warner Bros. Television Group. Characterized as multi-year and wide-ranging, the pact will see Cullors develop and produce original programming across all platforms, including broadcast, cable and streaming.

Cullors' agreement encompasses scripted and unscripted series, longform series, animated and kids programming, as well as digital content. Together, WBTVG and Cullors will look to amplify the work of the Black Lives Matter, which Cullors started alongside Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi back in 2013, and create more opportunities for prominent Black storytelling. Precise terms for the deal have not been disclosed.


"Black voices, especially Black voices who have been historically marginalized, are important and integral to today's storytelling. Our perspective and amplification is necessary and vital to helping shape a new narrative for our families and communities. I am committed to uplifting these stories in my new creative role with the Warner Bros. family," Cullors said in a statement. "As a long time community organizer and social justice activist, I believe that my work behind the camera will be an extension of the work I've been doing for the last twenty years. I look forward to amplifying the talent and voices of other Black creatives through my work."

News of Cullors' deal comes exactly a week after WBTV Group announced an overall with "Supernatural" star Jensen Ackles and and his wife and fellow actor Danneel Ackles. The group also has overalls with Robin Thede and "The Batman" director Matt Reeves.

Cullors is represented by CAA, 3 Arts, Sarah Weichel, and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush, Kaller & Gellman.

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The White Man Behind Black Lives Matter

ERIC MANN Patrice Cullurs mentor(The Weather Underground) 1969

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A California Black Lives Matter chapter is fundraising to get some of its members trained in gun safety

By Leah Asmelash, CNN

Updated 7:25 PM ET, Wed October 21, 2020



(CNN)Black Lives Matter's Sacramento chapter wants to sponsor 10 Black people for gun safety training in an effort to keep its organization members safe."As Black folks we have learned that we are running out of resources when it comes to being protected," the organization wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.

"Police are killing us. White nationalists are threatening us. The president is supporting the nationalists. We need to learn how to protect ourselves in a way that keeps us safe."

In an interview with CNN affiliate KOVR, Tanya Faison, founder of BLM Sacramento, said she and others in the organization said in some situations where they "cannot call the police for help" they still want to feel safe.

"It's a really volatile time right now," she said. "We need to be armed. We need to be safe. We are citizens here, we have equal rights here," she said. "The Second Amendment is our right too."

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&lt;img alt="How Black Lives Matter went from a hashtag to a global rallying cry" class="media__image" src="//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200626222425-black-lives-matters-mural-manhattan-0619-large-169.jpg"&gt;

How Black Lives Matter went from a hashtag to a global rallying cry

The goal of the fundraiser is to raise $2,000. As of Wednesday, the organization had raised $780.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/...cfrspdO2KA

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A California Black Lives Matter chapter is fundraising to get some of its members trained in gun safety

By Leah Asmelash, CNN

Updated 7:25 PM ET, Wed October 21, 2020



(CNN)Black Lives Matter's Sacramento chapter wants to sponsor 10 Black people for gun safety training in an effort to keep its organization members safe."As Black folks we have learned that we are running out of resources when it comes to being protected," the organization wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.

"Police are killing us. White nationalists are threatening us. The president is supporting the nationalists. We need to learn how to protect ourselves in a way that keeps us safe."

In an interview with CNN affiliate KOVR, Tanya Faison, founder of BLM Sacramento, said she and others in the organization said in some situations where they "cannot call the police for help" they still want to feel safe.

"It's a really volatile time right now," she said. "We need to be armed. We need to be safe. We are citizens here, we have equal rights here," she said. "The Second Amendment is our right too."

Read More

&lt;img alt="How Black Lives Matter went from a hashtag to a global rallying cry" class="media__image" src="//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200626222425-black-lives-matters-mural-manhattan-0619-large-169.jpg"&gt;

How Black Lives Matter went from a hashtag to a global rallying cry

The goal of the fundraiser is to raise $2,000. As of Wednesday, the organization had raised $780.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/...cfrspdO2KA

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This is what happens when the institutional racism is so violent and systemic with a president so hell bent on encouraging violent responses by the police, his far-right base and para-military and military against his people.

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In the meantime BLM actions around the world have had support from many sides. In Australia, other than concerns about gatherings in a pandemic and commentary by "Sky after dark" (our equivalent to Hannity and his fellow nut jobs), we have embraced the BLM call from the current Minister for Indigenous affairs in our right wing Federal government to many people of all colours and political leanings.

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All it takes is seeking to address the issues, not blaming the victims and fighting positive change.

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A California Black Lives Matter chapter is fundraising to get some of its members trained in gun safety

By Leah Asmelash, CNN

Updated 7:25 PM ET, Wed October 21, 2020


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(CNN)Black Lives Matter's Sacramento chapter wants to sponsor 10 Black people for gun safety training in an effort to keep its organization members safe."As Black folks we have learned that we are running out of resources when it comes to being protected," the organization wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.

"Police are killing us. White nationalists are threatening us. The president is supporting the nationalists. We need to learn how to protect ourselves in a way that keeps us safe."

In an interview with CNN affiliate KOVR, Tanya Faison, founder of BLM Sacramento, said she and others in the organization said in some situations where they "cannot call the police for help" they still want to feel safe.

"It's a really volatile time right now," she said. "We need to be armed. We need to be safe. We are citizens here, we have equal rights here," she said. "The Second Amendment is our right too."

Read More

&lt;img alt="How Black Lives Matter went from a hashtag to a global rallying cry" class="media__image" src="//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200626222425-black-lives-matters-mural-manhattan-0619-large-169.jpg"&gt;

How Black Lives Matter went from a hashtag to a global rallying cry

The goal of the fundraiser is to raise $2,000. As of Wednesday, the organization had raised $780.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/...cfrspdO2KA

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This is what happens when the institutional racism is so violent and systemic with a president so hell bent on encouraging violent responses by the police, his far-right base and para-military and military against his people.

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In the meantime BLM actions around the world have had support from many sides. In Australia, other than concerns about gatherings in a pandemic and commentary by "Sky after dark" (our equivalent to Hannity and his fellow nut jobs), we have embraced the BLM call from the current Minister for Indigenous affairs in our right wing Federal government to many people of all colours and political leanings.

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All it takes is seeking to address the issues, not blaming the victims and fighting positive change.

Indeed, but I don't think OLDFRIENDS likes this, his agenda is other that's why posted this to make them seem as a threat and not a justice movment.

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Since the other thread self locked.


I watched this video today and can't stop watching it. It is so Powerful!

Spike Lee and Michael Jackson for the win!!


https://www.youtube.com/w...oEa9bzeTu0

This video is still the best!!!

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PennyPurple said:


Since the other thread self locked.



I watched this video today and can't stop watching it. It is so Powerful!


Spike Lee and Michael Jackson for the win!!



https://www.youtube.com/w...oEa9bzeTu0



This video is still the best!!!


Yes because that video is ‘the truth’.
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Reply #106 posted 10/27/20 7:34am

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Philadelphia police shoot man with knife...


man armed with a weapon is charging at cops is told over and over to stop... he doesn't... so cops shoot him.


So people use that as an excuse to riot and destroy and steal.


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