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anonymous

Red and yellow black and white love who u love without shame we are all precious in Gods sight lets not 4get this lets just be human beings and try 2 be the best humans we...

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Lideya

F | 27

Police have coined themselves the final judge and jury in society and while all brutality is not completely directed at blacks...its safe to say the majority of it is.

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

yes i agree that police brutality is wrong and definitely real, but the highest crime rate is people of color... Still doesn't give police a reason to shoot a man for...

Alexis

Female | 23

I think it is crazy that we put police officers on a pedestal. When they mess up, we give them a slap on the wrist. We either need to train ALL of them better and start...

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...

Demey Pierre

male | 23

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...

anonymous

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

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Look Different

A Texas police officer was placed on leave after he pulled a gun on several teens
http://www.lookdifferent.org/common-kinds-of-bi...

anonymous

An art gallery in New York did a whole show about unarmed black men who have been killed by police. It was really moving.