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Notre Dame to Welcome and Host Terrorist Group (Disgraceful)

Postby Happy Mom » Mon Jan 18, 2016 7:16 am

Martin Luther King Jr. was a man preaching non-violence and Notre Dame is letting this violent terrorist group speak on the day we honor him. How utterly disgusting and shameful to his memory. This group is funded by George Soros and screams "death to Police Officers" which has resulted in many assassinations of Law Enforcement Officers. That they are even on campus is repugnant. Shame on Notre Dame!!!


Black Lives Matter founders to speak at Notre Dame on Monday

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Posted: Sunday, January 17, 2016 3:00 pm | Updated: 6:53 pm, Sun Jan 17, 2016.
South Bend Tribune Report
Margaret Fosmoe

SOUTH BEND — Two founders of the Black Lives Matter campaign will speak about race relations in America at 7 p.m. Monday at the University of Notre Dame.
It's part of a series of campus events marking the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Black Lives Matter co-founders Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi will make a presentation, "Black Lives Matter: The Hashtag Behind the New Civil Rights Movement," at 7 p.m. Monday in Room 101, DeBartolo Classroom Building. The event is free and open to the public.
The Black Lives Matter movement was founded in summer 2013 after George Zimmerman's acquittal for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida. The movement was founded by three black community organizers: Cullors, Tometi and Alica Garza. The movement has used social media, including hashtag activism, to spread their message rapidly to thousands of people.
The event is sponsored by Notre Dame's Multicultural Students Programs and Services, Gender Relations Center, Center for Arts and Culture, Student Government, Department of Africana Studies and Division of Student Affairs.
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Re: Notre Dame to Welcome and Host Terrorist Group (Disgrace

Postby Happy Mom » Tue Jan 19, 2016 10:11 am

Even more disgusting than first thought....


Black Lives Matter leaders tell Notre Dame crowd it's time to 'stand up'
Pair speak at ND as part of King events



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Black Lives Matter founders speak at Notre Dame :naughty: :hand: :roll:
Becky Malewitz, South Bend Tribune
Black Lives Matter co-founders Opal Tometi, left, and Patrisse Cullors speak to a packed auditorium Monday night at the University of Notre Dame. An overflow crowd listened in a nearby classroom. Tribune Photo/BECKY MALEWITZ
Posted: Tuesday, January 19, 2016 6:00 am | Updated: 7:51 am, Tue Jan 19, 2016.
By Margaret Fosmoe South Bend Tribune

SOUTH BEND — Two founders of the Black Lives Matter movement urged others to join their cause Monday night during a visit to the University of Notre Dame.
"The time is now. There is no time but now," Patrisse Cullors said. "Now is the time for you to stand up for black lives."
The event drew a packed and diverse audience to an auditorium in DeBartolo Classroom Building.
Cullors and co-founder Opal Tometi spoke about race relations in America. It was part of a series of campus events marking the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Black power has diminished in the past several decades, Cullors said.
The Black Lives Matter movement "is really about determining our destiny. It's about rehumanizing us, and also about us saying what is best for us," she said.
She noted that Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested 32 times in acts of civil disobedience. People tend to forget that as a mythology has grown up around his memory, she said.
"Do you think MLK would be telling us to sit down and go negotiate with the Democratic Party?" she asked.
"The only way we've seen systemic change in this country is through disruption," Cullors said. "If there was no disruption, segregation and Jim Crow laws would still exist."
Black Lives Matter started in summer 2013 after George Zimmerman's acquittal for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida. The movement was founded by three black community organizers: Cullors, Tometi and Alicia Garza.
The movement has used social media, including hashtag activism, to organize. The movement spread rapidly after the August 2014 shooting death in Ferguson, Mo., of Michael Brown, a young black man, by Darren Wilson, a white police officer. It's since been used regularly as a call to action after deaths of other black people by white police officers.
Something shifted in the aftermath of Ferguson, Tometi said. That's when she realized "we are going to grow the team of people who are going to transform our world," she said.
Tometi grew up as the daughter of undocumented Nigerian immigrants to the United States. She's now a New York-based activist and director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration.
Black Lives Matter is now a formal organization with about 30 chapters in cities across the country, including Chicago and Grand Rapids, as well as several chapters in other countries. "When we say Black Lives Matter, it's a global call, it's not a domestic call," Cullors said.
Cullors described growing up in poverty in Los Angeles. "As a kid, it was very clear to me that the police were not on our side," she said, recalling friends and relatives as young as 12 being stopped and patted down by police officers. :naughty: :hand:
As a young adult, she led a group dedicated to ending police violence in Los Angeles' area jails.
"At the end of the day, I'm an abolitionist," Cullors said, stating she doesn't believe in prisons, jails, police or courts. "The challenge for us to to imagine what is possible."
Their visit was sponsored by Notre Dame's Multicultural Students Programs and Services, Gender Relations Center, Center for Arts and Culture, Student Government, Department of Africana Studies and Division of Student Affairs.Shame on them and shame on ND for condoning them.
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