— Francis Ngannou (@francis_ngannou) May 30, 2020
I’ll never stop being amazed by the number of white Americans confidently willing to tell you what Dr. King would think and feel about what black people do when it’s clear they’ve never read a single speech or book that King wrote.
— Ida Bae Wells (@nhannahjones) May 29, 2020
Protests, Riots Continue Across The Nation, As Federal Gov Warns It May Intervene
— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) May 31, 2020
I think the violent rioters (not the peaceful protesters) have met their match with this Attorney General. They're doing themselves-- and their organizers/funders-- in. I could be wrong. What do you think?
— Sharyl Attkisson🕵️♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) May 30, 2020
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— BTSChartDaily⁷ (@BTSChartDaily) May 31, 2020
I'm a nationalist. What makes you think I'll join the protests when it has nothing to do with nationalism? Because I'm black?
— Dabber (@dabbingonyourtl) May 31, 2020
What do you think? I think - no I know that most people who talked all that ish don’t know a damn thing about hip hop culture! He did NOT do anything wrong - social commentary used in rap music is commonly used to explore & make a stance on stance on something as an artist. Wtf!
— BGIRL MAMA ⁷ (SLOW) (@bgirlmama) May 31, 2020
people are not risking their lives just for y'all to call them terrorists and thugs. RIOTS have made an impact and change in the history for you to say that it doesn't do anything. tHEY KNOW WHAT THEY'RE FIGHTING FOR, if you don't think otherwise then just keep your mouth shut.
— alex ◟̽◞̽ | BLM (@heartinklou) May 31, 2020
If you unfollow me because you think I’m a racist you couldn’t be more wrong. My heart goes out to the Black community for what happened, I do not however believe that violence is ever the answer to anything and will condemn anyone who uses it
— William Kortright (@wkortrightwx) May 31, 2020