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Black Lives Matter!

Hey all!

I just wanted to come on here and talk about a very important issue. The past few weeks has seen many people fighting against police brutality and in support of making sure all black lives matter and to see justice being served in the United States. Racism and hatred is never correct and is in itself evil. As a black woman in the United States, I will support the black lives matter movement and I will support all movements for equality for black people!

You can also help and support!

You can support by donating, signing petitions, or just by educating yourself on matters that are important for black people. We should all learn to love each other and be united. Don't let the enemy plant seeds of hatred in your hearts for any person whether they be black, white, hispanic, asian, etc. Be open to hearing others stories and listen to their feelings. No ones feelings are invalid. Taking the time to just stop and listen is also a way to show support and hopefully as a people we can make changes so all people no matter their skin tone feel safe in this country. Let's work together to promote change and stop police brutality. All people should feel safe in this country. If you don't agree with this then you are welcome to click off this site and read something else that will pander to your ideas. Thanks so much to everyone standing up against injustice and for those who are actually listening and trying. Love ya!

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Ways to help:

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/justice-george-floyd-0 - Petition for George Floyd
https://minnesotafreedomfund.org/ - Minnesota Freedom Fund. (To be transparent I"m noting which places I personally donated. I did donate to this fund. Donate what you can but if you can't you can help in other ways :). If you don't have money to donate, again you can sign petitions, share information to others, or protest and stand with others.)
 https://www.northstarhealthcollective.org/donate(Another website to donate. I did donate to this collective. Not a huge amount but every bit helps :))
https://blacklivesmatter.com/ - Learn more about the black lives matter movement. (Black lives matter doesn't mean every one else doesn't matter. It is a movement for freedom, justice, and liberation)

Thanks all! Hopefully this helps. You can also look up helpful videos on Youtube.

You can listen to my views on Youtube also by clicking the link or video below:

https://youtu.be/gt97PFroUJA




Black Lives Matter - Wikipedia


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