Unrest over George Floyd's death continues for fourth day

Cheryl Sanders
May 31, 2020

Members of the Black Lives Matter movement have geared up and are heading to Minneapolis to join the protests that have been taking place since the death of George Floyd.

"I have been trying to take advantage of this week to find a way to approach this delicately", his statement began.

Eilish straight addressed individuals who use the slogan "All Lives Matter" to invalidate the #BlackLivesMatter marketing campaign and ignore the continued police brutality that black individuals expertise within the U.S. No one is saying literally anything at all about you. Nobody is saying actually something in any respect about you... all you MFs do is discover a technique to make the whole lot about your self.


Organizers said they chanted "no justice, no peace, no crooked police" and then ended the march by releasing balloons with the names of black men and women who have lost their lives in confrontations with police.

Eilish called out those who she feels are ignorant of the riots' racial nuances, and those who benefit from white privilege. You are not in need. "If someone's house is on fire and someone is stuck inside the house, are you gonna make the fire department go to every other house on the block first because all houses matter??? NO!" No one is saying actually something at all about you. You are not in danger...

"But the privilege I am afforded by the color of my skin has often left me feeling like this is not a fight that I can truly take on as my own".


The singer said that she was aware of the great platform she had to be able to communicate and express her points of view, reaching out to others, so she tries to be respectful and thoughtful before speaking on important issues, but after thinking about it for some days, he finally found the words he wanted to share. It's calling attention to the fact that society clearly thinks black lives don't fucking matter! "And they f- do!"

"Really f-cking w chu", wrote SZA.


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