How to watch the new #BlackLivesMatter video from Black Lives Matter
Vice News, a Vice Media company, is the home of the #BlackMatter movement and the largest independent news organization focused on social and political issues.
Vice has a strong editorial and news focus on race and inequality.
The organization recently released the first ever video to air on social media in Black Lives Matters, which was shot by a group of Black Lives Movement protesters on August 17 in Minneapolis.
The video features a group calling themselves “Black Lives Matter Minneapolis,” including two women who said they were “in love” with each other.
One of the women said, “I love Black Lives,” before asking the camera, “Why can’t we be together?”
Black Lives Matter Minneapolis, which is affiliated with Black Lives Action, Black Lives Organizing Committee, and Black Lives in Action, began filming the video in response to several police brutality and fatal police shootings across the United States.
It was filmed in front of the Minneapolis City Hall, where protesters are holding a candlelight vigil for slain Black man Jamar Clark.
Black Lives In Action also said the video was filmed from inside the city hall, and a portion of it shows protesters walking down the street and then walking back to the sidewalk after the rally, according to the group’s Facebook page.
The group said the footage is meant to show the power of Black people in the U.S. and around the world to create change.
“Black lives matter is a movement that brings together communities of color, from the rural South, to the urban Midwest, and the urban North,” the group wrote on Facebook.
“We are not interested in any one community or any one movement.
We are all connected by our shared experience of racism, discrimination, oppression, violence, and death.
We want to create a new society that protects all of us and that is just.”
The video also shows a Black man wearing a hooded sweatshirt walking past police officers.
“When I look at you,” he says in the video, “your eyes have no color.”
Black Lives Protestors and Black organizers have said the movement has gained momentum since the Black Lives protests began in 2015, with demonstrations in cities from Baltimore to Ferguson to New York City.