The “Black Lives Matter” movement began following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in 2013 and got steam last year following the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. At its core, the BLM movement is a protest against what its founders see as massive institutional racism against black citizens by whites.
But not all black citizens have embraced the movement. Last weekend, Peggy Hubbard, a black grandmother who grew up in Ferguson, posted an anti-BLM video that has gone viral. In a profanity-laced backlash, she slapped the BLM movement for protesting police brutality in Ferguson while ignoring the larger problem of black-on-black crime, including the death of a little girl in a drive-by shooting.
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