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Sabriyyah

Female | 21

I feel like all lives matter but black lives matter is important because they are more targeted. And it annoys me when white people jump and say #alllivesmatter because...

anonymous

you know.. there were black slave owners too.. sold their own people. were they racist. i know a black guy that hates black people? what is he? everything isnt so cut and...

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Audree Midcalf

Female | 17

It angers me that white people get mad over black lives matter. Black people( and other races) aren't saying that white lived don't matter. They're saying that white people...

anonymous

I don't see how white people can get mad over things like black lives matter. We are aware of the fact that blacks aren't the only ones getting killed by police, but the...

anonymous

One of my friends brought up the point that when Cecil the lion died everyone rallied behind the cause to find the person who did it and hold them responsible. Yet when...

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Look Different

Emails show that police may have blocked Rihanna from performing at Baltimore riots
http://www.lookdifferent.org/common-kinds-of-bi...

anonymous

why are white people so quick to justify the killings of unarmed black people. It doesn't matter if they "look like a thug" or they talked back. Those things aren't illegal.

anonymous

I don't see why every time POC have something, white people find it racist or discriminating against them and start something for themselves (Black out tumblr-white out,...

anonymous

As a black teen, I feel that not enough of our generation is speaking up. They are worried about other things. Any suggestions as to how to change that?

anonymous

"All lives matter" is this the stupidest thing ever lol like yeah, thanks, we know that, however if it were TRUE blacks would not face heightened risks for searches,...

anonymous

I am european. To see what's going on in the US today; it's cringe worthy! Police acting as judges and executioners. White people think they are being discriminated...

GetReal

Female | 19

Okay guys, why is it that when a black male dies in police custody everyone knows right away but if a black female dies only 20 people show up for her march? And why are...

anonymous

Black History Month is in the shortest month of the year for a reason. Founded by a Black historian, it originally started as Negro History WEEK. He chose the second week...

anonymous

I personally think all lives matter and with the recent events i know why people would say this but when your drving around and you see only white people protesting about...

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Zo

woman | 23

When white people feel attacked or discriminated against it feels so trivial bc I am constantly reminded of racism in violent acts against innocents, and anxious about...

Demey Pierre

male | 24

I wish white celebrities like Brad and Angelina, Sandra Bullock, and Charlize Theron, who all have black kids would speak about issues concerning the black community...

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Look Different

A new study shows that most states have zero black elected prosecutors
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anonymous

Stop debating the hashtag. All lives matter, but we are focusing on black lives because of the huge disparities and injustice black people face every day.

anonymous

I've seen some really good art recently about #blacklivesmatter.

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Look Different

New statistics show that Black Americans are twice as likely than White Americans to be unarmed when killed by police
http://www.lookdifferent.org/common-kinds-of-bi...