What We Mean When We Say BLACK LIVES MATTER, and why protesting brutality isn’t enough
a BLMDetroit Media Presentation
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a BLMDetroit Blog
Our Mission Statement
BLMDetroit fights for Black liberation, using mass media and educational programming to foster an ever-evolving ecosystem based upon the equitable representation and centering of all identities within the African diaspora.
BLMDetroit chooses to actively participate in the cultivation of a culture that affirms, uplifts, and honors the multitude of life experiences within Black communities and across all spectrums. We choose to use our platform to uplift long-standing activists; providing avenues for:
artistic expression and education
cultural, social, economic analysis
food and nutrition justice activism
direct support for those impacted by state-sanctioned violence.