Who is affected?
- Members of the black community, all around the world because they are unjustly victimized
- The President of the United States because they are impacted by the consequences of police violence. The President wants to bring the country together, but is struggling to.
- The United States Police Force because not all members of the force of unjustly murdering innocent members of the black community.
What right or freedoms are being taken away by police ?
How can ordinary citizens get involved?
- Police officer can get involved and be care of what the shoots
- People should not shoot or carry a weapon without a license
- The president should allow opened arms to possible suggestions as to how to help various communities.
- The police officers should not always shoot if they don't know exactly what's going on in a situation.
- For decades, the police force has been victimizing the black community and the United States citizens should unite to stop this unconstitutional violence.
Movement of BlackLivesMatter
- Black Lives Matter was established in 2012 after Trayvon Martin’s murderer. The police officer, George Zimmerman, was found not guilty, after fatally shooting 17-year old Trayvon.
- Black Lives Matter is a chapter-based national organization that helps working towards blacks lives and how they matter just as much as any other human's life
- #BlackLivesMatter was created because of the anti-Black racism and all the anti-black race related violence in our society.
- Black Lives Matter supports all BLACKS - Black queer and trans folks, disabled folks, black-undocumented folks, folks with records, women and all Black lives along the gender spectrum.
- They want to help rebuild the Black liberation movement.
- Black Lives Matter, is helping blacks not feel powerless when it comes to the government, state police and everyone else in society
- Black lives are being deprived of the basic human rights and dignity.
- " 2.8 million Black people are locked in cages in this country is state violence." ( black lives matter.com)