The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation has established a fund worth more than $12 million to aid organizations fighting institutional racism, in the wake of the George Floyd protests.
ICYMI: A massive #BlackLivesMatter mural in street-width yellow letters has been painted near the White House in Washington, DC, as protests over the death of #GeorgeFloyd continue.https://t.co/REigU40BpU pic.twitter.com/c24YAIACMw— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) June 6, 2020
We presented #PeoplesBudgetLA at a special City Council meeting. The data is compelling...with policing as Angelenos' lowest spending priority. It's far-reaching...engaging 50,000+. Most of all, it's a call to courage...a referendum to #DefundThePolice & #ReimaginePublicSafety. pic.twitter.com/ELveQFMYDT— #BlackLivesMatter-LA (@BLMLA) June 16, 2020
The origins of Black Lives Matter
The 19-year-old #BlackLivesMatter protester Oluwatoyin Salau has been found dead days after tweeting that a man who offered her a ride to church had molested her, according to reports on Twitter sharing the trending hashtag #JusticeForToyinhttps://t.co/t8qiSOXYEq pic.twitter.com/ccKSSYxPpj— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) June 15, 2020
BLM Global Network
#Google announces a $175 million package to support US black business owners, startup founders, job seekers and developers, along with an array of racial equity initiatives at the technology giant.#BlackLivesMatterhttps://t.co/Okv4IRLpDA— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) June 18, 2020