Matter of Black Lives started in such a short period, amid the split and sometimes unstable world of movements of social justice, the protests have done so much to reflect on questions of long-neglected racial justice, gender and economic injustice. Black Lives Matter isn't always solely committed to bringing about significant legislative and legal reforms, but it can expect to turn opposition to permanent and essential human rights gains. Black Lives Matter has recently been the focus of several discussions and talks in America. The All Lives Matter response was intended to condemn the Black Lives Matter movement and is believed to be a post-racial culture where the movement is not relevant in USA.
It explores racial myths, racial preparation and racial philosophy in the United States. According to Larry Buchanan, “suggest that about 15 million to 26 million people in the United States have participated in demonstrations over the death of George Floyd and others in recent weeks”. According to Hilton Als, “someone, or a bunch of someones, heard that a young boy, a fourteen-year-old black kid, Richard Ross, had been killed by a cop”. This two author make the point of evidence the numerous accounts of police brutality incidents over the last year challenge the efficacy of police officers. Police violence in some cases is the product of systemic racism. In the light of the fact that an impropriety will exacerbate an already volatile situation, the police officers are constantly equipped to avoid violations of their power and to use a strong hand when dealing with rebellious persons and crowds. Any of the actions of the police are used for racial discrimination. Which had led to the death of those black people.I think this is important because cops mostly due to various certain races, expose the people of african descent extremely to attention. The policeman knocks innocent people over for no other reasons because of race or blackness. This racial discrimination involves false stereotypes about individuals or classes.This can also mean that people living in America believe that they are not racist and do not take the color of a person's skin into consideration but it also about the black live because the death of George flyod previous clears racist action against black.If black lives don't matter, America sends a message that black lives don't really mean life, and thus you can dispose of them, kill them or be lost. History also indicates that black lives have been treated as a part of a human life since the slavery.
The American Society reached the point that it needs The Black Lives Matter Movement by looking first at race theory and social contextual features in the United States. According to Larry Buchanan, “Black Lives Matter has been around since 2013, but there’s been a big shift in public opinion about the movement as well as broader support for recent protests. A deluge of public support from organizations like the N.F.L. and NASCAR for Black Lives Matter may have also encouraged supporters who typically would sit on the sidelines to get involved”. According to Hilton Als, “In those years, black boys were locked up or killed all the time; you didn’t think about it much, because to think about it was to remember what a killing field New York was, and how easily you, too, could become a body in that field”. Both those statements demonstrate the same things because what Als Hilton had led to Larry Buchanan's argument because the media and the Black Lives Matter movement gained attention over the years period surrounding the protests. The deaths of people killed annually in the U.S. by police forces in recent years, shed light on how the battle for racial equal rights has evolved and what has changed and what has remained the same. I think one of this peaceful protest had impact of the NFL player because he just protest peacefully, when Colin Kaepernick is still out of a job nearly four years after it started to protest racial inequality and police violence through the NFL games, and then stayed and kneel. They just want the police to stopped killing us. At this time social expectations existed for certain behaviours, as in culture today, it was not discriminated on. Many individuals have different views, different expressions and the rules about discrimination relative to today.
According to Larry Buchanan, “In New York, lawmakers repealed a law that kept police disciplinary records secret. Cities and states across the country passed new laws banning chokeholds” and According to Hilton Als “One way to control unruly, ungovernable refugees, of course, is to remind them that they are guests of a mighty police state. Every billy club that cracks open a black skull anywhere is proof of that'. This means the racism of perceptual difficulties also impacted the crime equity system significantly. It is a deliberate phenomenon that has impacted the criminal equity system at all stages. This completely disregards the historical experience of violence endured by people of color and relies exclusively on fantasies and generalizations that were responsible for legitimizing repression that's not real, America has essentially created another form of pre existent the criminal equity system has colossal dysfunction over the amount of people affected by it. This modern kind of racism, not at all like the organically formed discrimination of the past, is culturally-focused and nonpretentious discrimination. The Black Lives Matter Movement analysis is that it would pull past battles in case it has to take sympathy from the public to shift the audience. This is a valuable incentive. Both of these items are applied to the shift that is happening in an analysis of Black Lives. The general aim of the Black Lives Matter Campaign is to combat the vision challenged racism and shift processes and systems in the American culture that interact with people of color like that.Imagine what this issue will produce in the future because as the devil have a power it will never make justice for black people.
- Als, Hilton. “My Mother’s Dreams for Her Son & All Black Children.” The New Yorker. June 21, 2020.www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/06/29/my-mothers-dreams-for-her-son-and-all-black-children. Accessed September 21, 2020.
- Buchanan, Larry and Quoctrung Bui and Jugal K. Patel. “Black Lives Matter May Be the Largest Movement in U.S. History” The New York Times. July 3, 2020 www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/07/03/us/george-floyd-protests-crowd-size.html.Accessed october 12, 2020.