While black people make up just 13% of the population in London, they account for nearly half of all murder victims and suspects.
Is that, therefore, acceptable? These days, we hear a lot about Black Lives Matter, and the word "violence" is tossed around a lot, but is that really what it stands for?
Megan Ming Francis, in a Ted Talk, said something similar. She is implying that bigotry will still exist, no matter how hard we want to eradicate it.
BLM is doing well, in my opinion, and they do not use aggression, but rather the term , which is a hallmark of the movement.
You may believe that Black Live Matter kills, perpetrates terror, and steals, but this is not the case! They're fighting for their dignity and equality.