Black people have a long history of fighting for equality.
But for many of us, we are not the only ones.
We work for it.
Black people are the frontline of a movement to end institutionalized racism and other forms of discrimination.
That’s why, as the title of this article states, we work for Black Lives Matter.
Black Lives Matters is a non-profit that works to end racism and systemic discrimination in the United States, as well as around the world.
The organization has been around since the 1990s, but it started with a grassroots effort, led by activists, in order to change the country.
Since its inception, Black Lives have played a major role in helping to create a more diverse and equitable world.
In fact, the movement is so powerful that many have called it the “black feminist movement.”
The group, which has been described by the National Women’s Law Center as “the world’s largest network of women, black and brown, who have come together to advocate for and build the rights of black women, queer and trans people, women of color, and people of faith in the US and around the globe,” has become the largest movement in the U.S. Since Black Lives matters began, more than 6 million Black people and allies have participated in marches, rallies, and rallies.
That number has grown exponentially in the last two decades.
We spoke with one Black Lives matter activist about how Black Lives are being used in a larger system of oppression, and what we can do to change it.
This is part one of a two-part series.
Part two is coming later this week.
Let’s start at the beginning.
Where did Black Lives begin?
What is Black Lives?
What does the Black feminist movement look like?
Why do we need to stop being Black?
Black Lives has a long and complicated history.
As a movement, it was first formed in the 1970s in the name of black liberation.
The Black Panther Party was founded by Malcolm X, the most prominent activist of the Black Liberation Movement, who was arrested in 1971.
He was convicted of violating the U,S.
War Crimes Act, and sentenced to life in prison.
However, the Black Panthers continued to organize and fight for civil rights, which included the right to vote and the right for people of color to work in the public sector.
In 1979, the Justice Department opened an investigation into Black Lives issues.
The DOJ alleged that the Black Panther movement was not solely concerned with social justice, and that its leaders, like Black Lives founder Huey Newton, were “an integral part of a criminal enterprise.”
As the investigation continued, the organization’s members faced charges and were jailed.
Black activists and activists of color were accused of participating in the Black Power movement and, more broadly, of being a part of the system of systemic racism.
Black Americans were often subject to discrimination in employment, housing, education, and in some cases, even in their own communities.
They were also targeted for violence by the police and police brutality.
In 1991, the Supreme Court ruled in a case called Terry v.
Ohio that the police could not use excessive force in pursuit of Black people.
However the case, the ruling was widely criticized, and many people in the black community said it was an example of the police being too quick to “shoot first and ask questions later.”
In the 1990’s, a number of Black activists began to organize themselves into Black-led organizations, such as the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and Black Lives for Justice.
These organizations were not only anti-racist, but also worked to change racial inequities in the criminal justice system.
In 1993, the United Nations Human Rights Council passed a resolution condemning the “systemic racism, xenophobia, and anti-Blackness” of the United Kingdom’s National Health Service and the “continuing structural violence against Black people” in the UK.
In 1998, Black people were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, which was given to the first Black person to do so.
In 2011, the U of A’s Black Student Union was formed as a Black-majority student body.
In 2013, Black students on the UofA’s football team won the National Championship.
In 2016, Black student activists, including former students of the University of Missouri, launched Black Lives, a new movement to push for justice and equality for all students.
Black students have been involved in Black Lives since the early 1990s.
Many of the organizations and activists involved in the movement have been Black students.
However in the 1990, Black Students United (BSU), a student group at the University at Buffalo, began organizing in solidarity with Black Lives.
They formed Black Lives Collective in the fall of 1990 to “promote Black Lives in the struggle for justice.”
BSU also formed the Black Students Network in 1995 to organize Black students for civil disobedience and the Black Lives Campaign in 1995, which helped organize Black Lives demonstrations. In 1994