“We Keep Us Safe” Community Call Video

"We Keep Us Safe" Community Call Video

Watch the #BlackLivesMatter “We Keep Us Safe” community call. Movement elders and BLM leaders (Patrisse Cullors and Melina Abdullah) share critical safety tips and resources to remember and utilize for the 2021 inauguration and after…

Black Lives Matter Global Network Launches New MLK Artist Series

Derrick Adams Painting

As MLK famously said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” On Monday, Black Lives Matter Global Network will launch its newest arts and culture endeavor centering life, love, joy, rest, and pleasure…

MLK’s Dream. Our Fight.

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Today, as we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (who was born on January 15th, 1929), we are still carrying so much of our own pain and grief…

We Keep Us Safe Convo

Melina Abdullah and Patrisse Cullors

A conversation between Melina Abdullah, Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter – Los Angeles, and Patrisse Cullors, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation…

We Keep Us Safe Community Call

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If there’s one thing we know is true, it’s that we keep us safe — not the police, not the authorities. Now, as we face down white supremacist attacks in D.C. and all across the country, it is more important than ever that we look out for and take care of each other…

Our Six Demands for Accountability for This Moment

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January 6th was another dark day in America. People across the country — and the world — watched as white supremacists, incited by the white supremacist-in-chief, Donald Trump, carried out an attack inside our nation’s Capitol…

Love, Connection, and Beauty in a Time of Isolation, Tension, and Change

Black Love Letters Video Image

The attacks the USPS continues to face are not just attacks on the postal service but attacks on Black lives. To defund the USPS would be to deny future generations this opportunity and dishonor the legacy of Black postal workers. Now, we’re taking this matter into our own hands by writing and sending #BlackLoveLetters through USPS…