Alicia Garza – Drawing the Roadmap for Black Lives Matter | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on October 24, 2020

Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza discusses the personal reason she became interested in activism, recounts the visit the FBI made to her house and digs into the importance of tangible agendas in politics in “The Purpose of Power.” #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #AliciaGarza

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  • 王訊垣 2 years ago

    Can you get a Chinese subtitle, then you will have a lot of fans in China?

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  • syndicate 2 years ago

    Biden’s laptop matters!

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  • Andiamo PlanB 2 years ago

    “you ain’t black if you don’t vote for me” – Joe Biden
    “I don’t want my kids growing up in a racial jungle” – Joe Biden fighting against desegregation
    “poor kids are just as smart as white kids” – Joe Biden
    “the Black community isn’t diverse” – Joe Biden

    I hope she enjoys voting for an actual racist.

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  • White Tiger 2 years ago

    there`s no sufficient evidence, that Zimmermann attacked or threatened Martin, which could have justified Martin attacking Zimmermann (which would then have been self-defense)
    (Disclaimer: I’m not an expert on criminal law in Florida, but im asuming, that as in most legal systems, there’s no justified self-defense against self-defense in Florida)
    Interestingly enough a “fucking n” remark from a person involved in the Arbery is case more than enough proof for some people, to see the killing as a racially motivated murder, but they would never bring up Martin’s alleged hate crime (refering to Zimmermann as a crack3r and then assaulting him). Doesn’t matter anyway, since a dead man can’t be charged. Even if Zimmermann ‘racially profiled’ Martin, this weren’t relevant for the case. Being biased/racist/whatever doesn’t give somebody the right to attack and beat you, and neither does it take away your right to defend yourself

    TL:DR considering the evidence, the court’s decision was right, since there was no suffiecient evidence, Zimmermann DIDN’T kill Martin in self-defense (‘considering ‘in dubio pro reo’)

    there`s no strong evidence, that Zimmermann attacked or threatened Martin, which could have justified Martin attacking Zimmermann (which would then have been self-defense)
    (Disclaimer: I’m not an expert on criminal law in Florida, but im asuming, that as in most legal systems, there’s no justified self-defense against self-defense in Florida)
    Interestingly enough a “fucking n” remark from a person involved in the Arbery is case more than enough proof for some people, to see the killing as a racially motivated murder, but they would never bring up Martin’s alleged hate crime (refering to Zimmermann as a crack3r and then assaulting him). Doesn’t matter anyway, since a dead man can’t be charged. Even if Zimmermann ‘racially profiled’ Martin, this weren’t relevant for the case. Being biased/racist/whatever doesn’t give somebody the right to attack and beat you, and neither does it take away your right to defend yourself

    TL:DR considering the evidence, the court’s decision was right, since there was no strong evidence, Zimmermann DIDN’T kill Martin in self-defense (‘considering ‘in dubio pro reo’)

    I wouldn’t consider BLM a joke, if their narrative/claims wasn’t based largely on justified killings by the police, and unjustified killings, with zero proof, that they were racially motivated
    (always the same names: Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Philando Castille, George Floy, etc.)

    Are there any statistics for UNJUSTIFIED killings by police force on duty (murder, manslaughter;negligent homicide)? If blacks were actually disproportonately present in those
    I would admit, that BLM somehow has a point, based on actual facts. But im talking about actually unjustified homicides by police force on duty, not cases claimed by some BS activist to be ‘murder’ no matter the facts

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  • Sue Sng 2 years ago

    This was very informative!! She’s amazing 🙏

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  • Randy Romines 2 years ago

    Zimmerman was not a member of a police force, he was actually told by law enforcement do not follow the person he called in about. So is this the same Black Lives Matter that causes all the destructive Riots and damage in Ferguson? Is the same BLM causing the same riots and burning on West coast? Are you saying it was some other fake BLM? Oh now I get it – she has a new book to sell thats why she’s on Trevor’s show now.

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  • victoire komlan 2 years ago

    Very well spoken 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿

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  • James McGee 2 years ago

    God Bless! We ALL need to speak up!

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  • soflo23 beep 2 years ago

    Deceptive movement. Causes more harm than good.

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  • Marilynn Ouko 2 years ago

    Let’s thank God for people like Alicia Gazra

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  • Nicky Nice 2 years ago

    wish i could vote the orange racist out but of course i was completely oppressed from voting as a tripple minority. woman, black, and poor. always seem to be poor ppl and POC whos votes get suppressed. i can just imagine how many other blk dems had their voting suppressed. and from what i understand the black women’s vote is an important demographic these days so that includes my vote that was for biden and never made it. by time i sit and wait for another 1(cant even call for 2 days because wkend) and it finally comes i wont b able to get it back out to drop box in time. this is BULLSHIT. i knew this would happen in blk communities

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  • R Crawford 2 years ago

    If you watch Roland Martin you know who she is. She is amazing!

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  • Meme 021 2 years ago

    Nooo😭Alicia is pronounced (ah-lee-see-ah) ❤️

    But I love your work 🥰

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  • Janette Demitroff 2 years ago

    Hi Trevor good morning are you know what Trevor I I I see what this black lives Matter Where is the Love in the peace like I mean I’m off for black lives matter replace you know what I just don’t understand how people could just you know I wasn’t brought up like that everybody is equal and you know what it said put it like that you know I don’t know but I just want to love the piece you know this carries on this this right here is going to be a war because we’re all the Flies morning and just people there is some people that are not right and I’m talkin about us fight people not me but why people like they’re just like so not right you know everybody and everybody just matters okay and it said that we have to see in the kids have to see you know it is really is I don’t understand it but I’m all for the black lives matter because we’re all the same people were all equal of all you know we all have the same Parts as a woman we all have same Parts as a man is let’s get this love back you know love peace and get on with the lights I guess it’s very confusing with me because I just am not with people being prejudiced them wholly against that and whether it’s one of my time than you know what she doesn’t he deserves whatever he gets when I’m sorry to put it that way because you know why that’s all I want is love peace enjoyment if you want to put it that way and Trevor have a blessed Wednesday safe God bless

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  • Juli Ali 2 years ago

    “Blm is not ours”
    ~ black girl~

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  • Tuti Fruti 2 years ago

    Take any product on today’s market and you will notice that its “lighter” version is packaged in a lighter color than its “stronger” version, typically packaged in a darker color, implying stronger or full strength quality. By analogy, however this world was created in the beginning, surely the black race was intended to come across as the fittest by its/our creator, (trying to avoid reverse-racism here, and not only because I’m white, but taking into account other non-white and non-black races/people), then how on earth did the money and resources end up in the hands of the white man at the crucial points in history and how has the ‘survival of the fittest’ resulted in the ‘struggle of the fittest’ that we see today, is absolutely beyond my comprehension.

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  • a0oiil weo 2 years ago

    For those of you too good too vote for Hillary, Ha ha, you got Trump.

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  • Zack Clark 2 years ago

    Alicia Garza is our official beloved gatekeeper as well as a international Treasure.
    God bless my Beloved Beautiful Intelligent Black woman.
    To God be this wonderful glory .BLM.
    Keith Zacky Clark

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  • chris rodriguez 2 years ago

    Marxist Terrorist Organization, cares So much none of their billions go to black lives, neighborhoods, schools, programs, inner cities, victims, the poor and homeless. Nothing

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  • VOTE 2020 2 years ago

    Sandra Bland. Say her name.

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