Melina Abdullah

professor in the Department of Pan-African Studies at Cal State LA and an organizer of the Black Lives Matter movement

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Professor and chair of Pan-African Studies at California State University LA  and a member of the group Black Lives Matter

Melina Abdullah on KCRW

"Even as we were collectively exhaling, we know that Ma’Khia Bryant was murdered by police in Columbus, Ohio.

Melina Abdullah on ‘semblance of justice’ for George Floyd and what actually makes communities safe

"Even as we were collectively exhaling, we know that Ma’Khia Bryant was murdered by police in Columbus, Ohio.

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2020 was a year when this country stared down ugly truths about systemic racism in law enforcement, health care, schools, and book publishing.

Black Lives Matter in 2021: Where the movement might go

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A recent   episode    of “Life Examined” looks at how Black Lives Matter began as a secular movement, but spirituality informed its fight for justice.   
  Melina Abdullah, co-founder…

Life Examined: Black Lives Matter as a spiritual movement

A recent episode of “Life Examined” looks at how Black Lives Matter began as a secular movement, but spirituality informed its fight for justice.  Melina Abdullah, co-founder…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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