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?”
The company is also selling “Blue Lives Matter” shirts on its website.
If you read the home page of the Sunday The New York Times, you would never know that two people died this past weekend because of Black Lives Matter protests. If you wished to learn about these deaths from the Times, you have had to go looking for t
We can debate whether Black Lives Matter is Marxist or not, whether it’s grassroots or not, or whether it’s a subsidiary of the Democrat party or not, but here’s one thing you cannot debate: Black Lives Matter is not about black liv
The U.S. will mark July 4 against a backdrop of crisis. As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, we embark on a national reckoning on racial equity.
Impassioned Americans don't understand that Black Lives Matter is a rhetorical facade masking Marxist ideas that would destroy the lives of vulnerable Americans.
The America's Got Talent host made reference to the BLM movement in a tweet on Tuesday when he said that anyone who was a child of God was his brother and sister.
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Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation," Vice President Mike Pence refused to say black lives matter. | Clips
The University of Alabama football team released a new video supporting the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement across the United States
A Cambridge University professor has boasted that she was promoted after tweeting "White Lives Don't Matter" -- after a man who flew a banner saying they do matter over a football match in the wake a suspected terrorist attack was fired.
Days of Our Lives actress Melissa Reeves is catching heat from her co-stars and the long-running soap’s fans for coming out against the Black Lives Matter movement. Earlier this week it was revealed that Reeves — who has played Jennifer Horton on the NBC sudser on and off for the past three decades — “liked” [