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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by NMG26, Jun 1, 2020.
I've noticed in the news that BLM is not mentioned with Antifa.
Antifa is more about WLDM (white lives don’t matter).
You can spot Antifa immediately when watching these riots. You can't know if someone is a BLM member inciting and provoking on orders. We know Antifa does that and exactly what they look like.
There was a Black Lifes Matter commercial on tv tonight. Are the taxpayers paying for that too???
The statement itself is racist to the core.
I got off work in Denver at 2PM on Saturday. I had to wait around a bit to return a phone to somebody who lost one. The two things I saw spray painted were Black Lives Matter, and FTP (F the police). Is that their mantra?
They look like pasty soyboys who just crawled out of their mom's basements. Many have face tattoos but they're covered by black headgear.
They're the ultimate in gutlessness, creepy little anarchist jerks who deserve to have the living BLEEP kicked out of them.
They're anti-American. I despise them more than I can say.
Antifa doesn't care about any lives. They care about gaining power that they can't have through honest means of work and success. Like all far left groups.
Antifa are just paid thugs
Saw a lot of KILL 12 graffiti as well. That's supposed to mean kill the police. Apparently the number 12 means narcs.
BLM is too busy preparing for a protest for all the black people killed and wounded in Chicago this weekend.
Just kidding they don't care.
Who wants to stand in solidarity with this?
Terror organizations funded by the globalist anarchists who are trying to destroy America. Plain and simple.
And ......... looting and destroying the property of others so they can use the opportunity to steal stuff. Free Stuff is a powerful motivator, especially when authorities have given it the OK.
If they matter they should look in the mirror, they kill each other left and right....Chicago.
FTP or In God We Trust.
Choose who you will stand with. Solidarity with what?
Has Black Lives Matter asked for peaceful protest? Have they demanded it?
Just so everyone understands, **All** lives matter to God, not just black ones.
BLM is so far integrated into your kid’s education, you’re not likely to stop it now.
D.C. Area Black Lives Matter
at School Week of Action
From February 3-7, 2020, Teaching for Change's D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice, D.C. area educators, and community members will collaborate on the D.C. Area Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action.
Building on last year's success, we will engage teachers at more than 100 schools across the region to bring lessons about structural racism, intersectional Black identities, and Black history to the classroom.
Your donation will go directly to supporting events and classroom materials for the D.C. area Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Schools.
$1,000 buys copies of Teaching for Black Lives for 50 D.C. area schools
$500 supports a curriculum fair for D.C. area teachers
$350 brings a go-go musician to a D.C. area school
$50 purchases 5 books to be distributed to D.C. area elementary schools
1. Restorative Justice
We are committed to collectively, lovingly and courageously working vigorously for freedom and justice for Black people and, by extension all people. As we forge our path, we intentionally build and nurture a beloved community that is bonded together through a beautiful struggle that is restorative, not depleting.
We are committed to practicing empathy; we engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.
3. Loving Engagement
We are committed to embodying and practicing justice, liberation, and peace in our engagements with one another.
We are committed to acknowledging, respecting and celebrating difference(s) and commonalities.
We see ourselves as part of the global Black family and we are aware of the different ways we are impacted or privileged as Black folk who exist in different parts of the world.
6. Queer Affirming
We are committed to fostering a queer‐affirming network. When we gather, we do so with the intention of freeing ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking or, rather, the belief that all in the world are heterosexual unless s/he or they disclose otherwise.
7. Trans Affirming
We are committed to embracing and making space for trans brothers and sisters to participate and lead. We are committed to being self-reflexive and doing the work required to dismantle cis-gender privilege and uplift Black trans folk, especially Black trans women who continue to be disproportionately impacted by trans-antagonistic violence.
8. Collective Value
We are guided by the fact all Black lives, regardless of actual or perceived sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, economic status, ability, disability, religious beliefs or disbeliefs, immigration status or location.
We are committed to fostering an intergenerational and communal network free from ageism. We believe that all people, regardless of age, show up with capacity to lead and learn.
10. Black Families
We are committed to making our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children. We are committed to dismantling the patriarchal practice that requires mothers to work “double shifts” that require them to mother in private even as they participate in justice work.
11. Black Villages
We are committed to disrupting the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, and especially “our” children to the degree that mothers, parents and children are comfortable.
12. Unapologetically Black
We are unapologetically Black in our positioning. In affirming that Black Lives Matter, we need not qualify our position. To love and desire freedom and justice for ourselves is a necessary prerequisite for wanting the same for others.
13. Black Women
We are committed to building a Black women affirming space free from sexism, misogyny, and male‐centeredness.