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Exposing BLM day 2-
From the "Herstory" page of the BLM website:

"Black liberation movements in this country have created room, space, and leadership mostly for Black heterosexual, cisgender men — leaving women, queer and transgender people, and others either out of the movement or in the background to move the work forward with little or no recognition."

For those who are not familiar with the Black Liberation Movement, and what they stand for and their history, here is a link to a history in their own words. To sum up, Marxist-Lennonist hardliners, anti-Imperialism, and sepratist.

"SMASH OPPORTUNISM, MODERN REVISIONISM AND IMPERIALISM
UP WITH THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLETARIAT
BUILD A GENUINE MULTI-NATIONAL COMMUNIST PARTY"

https://www.marxists.org/history/erol/ncm-1/bwc-history.htm

edited to include quotation marks to better identify material from the BLM page and the Marxist.org archive.

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eliza1@Bethab1
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Just finished watching "No Safe Spaces." FACINATING and worth every cent. My favorite part was Dennis Praeger on the campus of Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA. This brings me to an important question - what percentage of white in the country had families who arrived AFTER 1863?! Such an important point. The young man in the film implied that Dennis Praeger's ancestors were slave owners. I was FLOORED. So young black people look at every white person and assume our ancestors owned slaves?! WOW

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