Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors talks about the future of the movement, defunding the police, and reallocating resources. “Fifty states [and] 18 countries marched — and continue to — in support of Black Lives Matter, making us the largest civil rights movement this country's ever seen. We are not going to go back to normal,” she says.
Black Lives Matter movement hits a turning point, says Patrisse Cullors
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Black Lives Matter reaches a turning point after Breonna Taylor and George Floyd's deaths, says Patrisse Cullors
“Fifty states [and] 18 countries marched — and continue to — in support of Black Lives Matter, making us the largest civil rights movement this country's ever seen. We are...
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