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  • Black Lives Matter: Protesters to march on London as scuffles break out in Glasgow

    Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters are expected to march on London and other major UK cities today for the fourth weekend in a row, as scuffles have broken out in Glasgow between police and anti-racism demonstrators.

    The Telegraph
  • Black Lives Matter is not the same as 'black lives matter'

    The statement “black lives matter” should not be controversial. The comedian Michael Che makes this point in a stand-up routine on the Black Lives Matter movement from 2016 that has been making the rounds on social media. “We can’t agree on anything anymore,” Che laments. “We can’t even agree on black lives matter. That is a controversial statement.” Che continues by asking, incredulously, what is “less than matters? Black lives exist. Can we say that? Is that controversial?”

    Washington Examiner
  • Black Trans Lives Matter march in London – in pictures

    Thousands of transgender people and supporters gathered in London to raise awareness about the discrimination and prejudices the black transgender community faces. The march was also a celebration of LGBTQ+ people as London’s Pride event has been postponed owing to the coronavirus crisis Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • Lewis Hamilton attends Black Lives Matter protest in London

    Lewis Hamilton attended a Black Lives Matter protest in London's Hyde Park over the weekend and said he left "feeling extremely positive that change will come."

    ESPN.com
  • Hundreds join Black Trans Lives Matter protest in London – video

    Hundreds of protesters marched in central London to celebrate the black trans community and demonstrate against potential changes to the Gender Recognition Act Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • Teen’s death stirs Black Lives Matter protests in Brazil

    When Rafaela Matos saw police helicopters over her favela and heard gunshots, she fell to her knees and asked God to protect her son, João Pedro. Then she called the boy to make sure he was OK. “Be calm,” João Pedro wrote back, explaining that he was at his aunt’s house and everything was fine,

    New York Post
  • How the top 25 colleges and universities in the US are responding to the Black Lives Matter protests

    David 'Dee' Delgado/Getty Images Universities like Columbia, Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), declared Juneteenth a holiday following weeks of protests over the death of George Floyd in police custody. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and others, like the University of Southern California (USC), held virtual vigils. Here's how the top 25 US colleges and universities have responded to the Black Lives Matter protests. Visit Business Insider's homepage for...

    Business Insider