Black Lives Matter By Cole Evans

Black lives matter because white people and black people should be equal but there not they should but there not. The movement doesn’t care about black-on-black crime. The idea that black-on-black crime is not a significant political conversation among black people is patently. Together, we demand an end to the wars against Black people. We demand that the government repair the harms that have been done to Black communities in the form of reparations and targeted long-term investments.But I can still see how a more targeted movement within the black community to reassert the dignity of black life, specifically.



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