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When ‘Black Lives Matter’ Is Invoked in the Abortion Debate | The New York Times

John Eligon, The New York Times From left, the Rev. Clinton Stancil, the pastor of Wayman A.M.E. Church in St. Louis; Kawanna Shannon, director of surgical services at the Planned Parenthood Clinic in St. Louis; and the Rev. Michael Jones, the pastor of Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis. Credit Alyssa Schukar for The New York Times. Featured Image . LOUIS — As a pastor, Clinton Stancil counsels his black congregants that abortion is akin to the taking of innocent life. But as a civil rights activist, Mr. Stancil urges them to understand the social forces that prompt […]

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The FBI Admits Black Lives Matter Was Never a Threat. It’s White People You Should Be Worried About | The Root

Michael Harriot, The Root week, as Donald Trump curtsied before the Queen; as Congressional Democrats continued to cower from their constitutional obligations; while we took our horses down to Old Town Road, mounted Megan Thee Stallion’s bandwagon and watched what happens When They See Us, the Federal Bureau of Investigation admitted that prejudiced assumptions against the Black Lives Matter movement, Muslim Americans and black identity extremists was all a lie. Intelligence officials sat in front of lawmakers and openly admitted that white supremacists and right-wing violence are the biggest domestic terror threat but also admitted that federal agencies aren’t really […]

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How ‘Gardening While Black’ Almost Landed This Detroit Man in Jail | The New York Times A black man started an urban farm in his old neighborhood. Three white women called the police repeatedly, accusing him of threatening them. The case went to court.

A black man started an urban farm in his old neighborhood. Three white women called the police repeatedly, accusing him of threatening them. The case went to court.

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