Black Lives Matter began to grow with the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
Whatever the case, the focal conflict about the driving context of its development is clearly false.
On Tuesday, the eight-year commemoration of Brown's demise, Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) asserted that
Today stamps a long time since Michael Brown was killed by police in Ferguson, MO.
We want to respect Michael's existence with activity. How about we continue to battle to destroy racial oppression, so we can guarantee racial equity for all.
The "hands up, don't shoot" mantra conceived out of Brown's demise was told by everybody from competitors to old guard media, however it was bogus.
Actual proof showed that Brown had taken part in an actual quarrel with a cop,
What's more, a large number of examinations exposed the case that Brown's hands were up — and "most observers" told government specialists it was false.
Indeed, even President Barack Obama's Justice Department, run by Attorney General Eric Holder, verified that the official acted with good reason.
The Washington Post called "Hands up, don't shoot" one of the most odd cases of 2015. However this fantasy has endured throughout the long term.
The central argument of the Black Lives Matter movement, that there is an epidemic of police targeting and killing unarmed black men, is also wrong.