BLM: the Truth Behind the Riots | Full documentary for Partners
This is a full version of the BLM (“Black Lives Matter”) documentary created in 2020. It is worthy of note that the documentary BLM received stiff warnings from online social media claiming the content was “not suitable”. Additionally, sharing by ad capabilities were disabled for the film on “Black Lives Matter” movement.
It was also our observation that the largest following of BLM “Black Lives Matter” seemed to be very white, very left-winged people in there early 20s. To this end, many street interviews were conducted with what also appeared to be mainly college students seeking a vast array of causes — but primarily upset the United States has police officers.
It is a raw look at BLM in the year of riots and tearing down of statues of the founding fathers in the year of 2020.
It claims to be a peaceful organization, it is unknown currently how many are left dead in the haze of the 2020 riots.
Black Lives Matter according to Wikipedia:
Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by state actors and vigilantes. After community-based chapters were formed following the Ferguson unrest of 2014, Black Lives Matter Global Network was established. The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, or BLM Global Network Foundation, a nonprofit organization, provides grants to support grassroots organizing work by its chapters. exists as a decentralized network with over 30 chapters in the United States and sister organizations worldwide while a larger Black Lives Matter movement exists consisting of various separate like-minded organizations such as Dream Defenders and Assata’s Daughters. The broader movement and its related organizations typically advocate against police violence towards black people, as well as for various other policy changes considered to be related to black liberation.