To me, how she explained it is how I saw it from the beginning, simply because that's the way I think and view things. But what about you?
Also, I don't have time for anon trolls. I'd love to here from everyone (honestly, it's just nice if you see the video) But if you're going to troll or be your normally boorish self, have the balls and commitment to 1) show your username and 2) create 50 accounts because you're kicked off the site every few weeks.
Best guys and gals :)
Hope everyone has a productive Monday.
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Most Helpful Guy
I think "black lived matter" has taken on a symbol-like interpretation like a flag. What she explained was her personal interpretation of "black lives matter" and my personal opinion is, I agree with everything she said. In fact, I think what she said was communicated very well.
The problem or challenge "black lived matter" is that it means different things to different people, just like the confederate flag means "slavery" to some people and "liberty to live without federalism imperialism" to others, then meaning is further blurred with the people, just like a sport's teams fans, bring more meaning and their behaviour starts to define its meaning. All of these challenges is why she has felt a need to communicate and make this video, the problem with "black lived matter" is the lack of effective communication, the emotional backlash due to that lack of communication and frustration and that has given it new meaning.0
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Most Helpful Girl
I didn't, because I've got common sense. I doubt these people will stop and listen though.0