The official Black Lives Matter organization removed a page on its website that summarized its beliefs, which included a rebuke of the "Western-prescribed nuclear family structure."
The group, co-founded after the death of Trayvon Martin in 2013, removed a page titled "What We Believe," which included a variety of positions on public policy issues beyond police reform and police brutality. Among its news releases includes a call for a "national defunding of police," later decrying police "reform" as ineffective.
"Page Not Found. Sorry, but the page you were trying to view does not exist," the page reads.
Reparations is a horrible idea. Reparations: The Wrong Solution to the Wrong Problem.
Ever since the passage of the 13th Amendment in 1865, reparations have been proposed as a form of redress for slavery. Originally targeting the direct victims of slavery, reparations today are proposed, not only for descendents of slaves but for the black community at large, for the racial injustice responsible for the black-white wealth gap.
Setting aside the enormous difficulty of tracing one’s ancestry to an actual slave, determining the monetary value for an injustice 150 years removed would be arbitrary at best, contentious at worst, and open to criticism by all stakeholders. And how would that apply to African Americans with white parents (like Barack Obama), or whose ancestors were slave owners in this country, or whose ancestors were slave owners or slave traders in their native lands?
Trump ends Marxist Critical Race Theory federal indoctrination training. Trump Bans Hateful Neo-Marxist Ideology That Taxpayers Have Funded for Years.
Taxpayers have been paying for government employee training programs that spread left-wing racism and neo-Marxist conspiracy theories about white supremacy and the so-called problems of white culture. The hateful ideas are collectively known as critical race theory and its tenets have helped fuel much of the violence currently playing out in American cities.
Barr categorically denies any systemic racism in US. Attorney General Barr Rejects Idea Of Systemic Racism In U.S. Institutions.
Attorney General William Barr is speaking out against the idea of systemic racism in American institutions. In an interview this week, he rejected the notion that racism is built into the Justice Department and, instead, suggested there’s more of an issue with stereotyping among individual cases.