(Video) Man Speaks Out On Police Shootings And Wants To Know How Many More Black People Have To Die Before It Becomes A Trend

Police killing innocent black men, woman and children is becoming way too common. The black community is tired of watching their fathers, sons, brothers, uncles, mothers, aunts, cousins, sisters etc getting murdered for no reason. And to make everything worse is that now cell phones are capturing these executions for all to see. I don’t like to read stories about innocent black men and women getting killed by those who are supposed to protect and serve the communities. It breaks my heart to see the families of the victims cry on TV and just let out all of their anger and frustration. It irks my soul that myself or someone I know can be another police brutality story. Acting out in a violent manner will not solve the problem it will only make the black community look just like the ones in blue killing our people in cold blood.

(Photos) SMH: Tomi Lahren Blames The #BlackLivesMatter Movement For The Dallas Shooting And Says That They Are The New KKK

Minutes after reports of the Dallas shooting and news of officers being shot and killed Tomi Lahren became a trending topic on Twitter. She took to Twitter last night to say that the #BlackLivesMatter Movement is the new KKK and that the #BlackLivesMatter Movement is to blame for the Dallas shooting. Tomi quickly deleted the tweet but people on Twitter wanted answers as to why she said that.

Black Lives Matter Organizer Faces 4 Years Behind Bars For “Felony Lynching”

Black Lives Matter organizer Jasmine Richards is facing 4 years behind bars for ‘felony lynching.’ On August 29, 2015, while marching for peace at La Pintoresca Park in Pasadena for Kendrec McDade, a teen killed by Pasadena police, Richards attempted to de-arrest” someone. She has now been arrested for her actions. A fellow member of the organization has now spoken out on what has happened.

Macklemore Explains How White People Can Support Black Lives

In an interview for XXL Mag’s Spring 2016 issue, Macklemore took on the concept per usual, of speaking how white folks can support the black lives matter movement and black lives over all throughout such a crucial and racial time in America. Hit the jump for Mack’s perspective.

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