Patrisse Cullors

Black Lives Matter

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An advocate for criminal justice reform, Patrisse Cullors is co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement. She formerly directed the Truth and Reinvestment Campaign at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights.

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“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.

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.

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 Police have shot and killed 23 unarmed people already this year. If that rate continues, the death toll will be higher than last year's total of 48. In both years,…

Amid increased police brutality, Black Lives Matter changes tactics

Photo by Ella Police have shot and killed 23 unarmed people already this year. If that rate continues, the death toll will be higher than last year's total of 48. In both years,…

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