Patrisse Khan-Cullors

author, “When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir”


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Patrisse Khan-Cullors is one of the founders of  Black Lives Matter.

How Patrisse Khan-Cullors became an activist against police brutality and founded Black Lives Matter

Patrisse Khan-Cullors is one of the founders of Black Lives Matter.

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