#Black Lives Matter

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If the gun that was used to murder Trayvon Martin could talk, what would it say? Firearms was written by Nikkita Oliver – a Seattle-based creative, teaching artist, and anti-racist organizer. Nikkita is an attorney and holds a Masters of Education from the University of Washington. Follow Nikkita: https://www.facebook.com/nikkitaoliver Written & Performed By: Nikkita Oliver Directed, Filmed & Edited By: Bryan Tucker Produced By: Bryan Tucker & Nikkita Oliver Audio Recording: Tomi Adewale Protest Photos by Naomi Ishisaka {http://www.naomiishisaka.com} Special Thanks: Washington Hall, Robin Rojas, Brian Lee, Aselefech & Zariya, Niki Amarantides Music: "The Way Home" by Tony Anderson (licensed via The Music Bed)
The title of Ava DuVernay's extraordinary and galvanizing documentary 13TH refers to the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States."
2017 Diversity Summit Session: "White Fragility and Its Impact on Diversity and Inclusion Efforts on Campus" Keynote Speaker: Robin DiAngelo Scholar, Social Justice Education Leader and Author of What Does it Mean to Be White: Developing White Racial Literacy Introduction by: Tricia Rose Chancellor's Professor of Africana Studies, Associate Dean of the Faculty for Special Initiatives and Director of the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America Brown University March 18, 2017
Subscribe for more! https://www.youtube.com/c/newsbroke?sub_confirmation=1 White people! They're in every workplace across the country. But did you know they're easily offended by your mentions of BLM, Kendrick Lamar and other racially charged phrases? Watch this video and find out how you can be more white-sensitive. Subscribe to Newsbroke for more investigative comedy!
Franchesca Ramsey: https://twitter.com/chescaleigh Brought to you with love by: http://mtvother.com Produced by: http://www.kornhaberbrown.com We all have privilege in some way, and it's not always an easy thing for people come to terms with. However, pointing out someone's privilege shouldn't be a personal attack.
White supremacists in the U.S. are growing in number, and changing their tactics. To go mainstream, they're organising to run for local office. What's behind their rise? Tony Dukoupil investigates for "CBSN: On Assignment"
In 1967, the Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia overturned all laws forbidding interracial marriage. The Loving Generation tells the story of how a generation of Americans born to one black and one white parent experience race and identity in a divided United States.
In this animated interview, the sociologist Bruce Western explains the current inevitability of prison for certain demographics of young black men and how it's become a normal life event. "We've chosen the response of the deprivation of liberty for a historically aggrieved group, whose liberty in the United States was never firmly established to begin with," Western says.