Police mercilessness (particularly against African Americans) is not another subject in America, yet the ongoing shootings of young black men by cops in urban areas around the United States have turned it into an interesting issue generally. There have been numerous fights and protests because of cops not being prosecuted for executing unarmed young black men, and with these fights another social development was shaped that began as a twitter hashtag that is entitled #BlackLivesMatter. Even though social liberties development is the same old thing to America, this specific development comes at a time when America considers itself to be a ‘visually challenged’ or ‘post-racial’ society. This implies the all-inclusive community of individuals living in America accept that they are not supremacists and that they don’t mull over the shade of an individual’s skin.
“The Black Lives Matter movement, in particular, maintains that color blindness has merely become a way for white Americans to ignore the deeper and more insidious forms of racism in which many blacks say are still rampant.” The Black Lives Matter movement was created in 2012, after the death of Trayvon Martin and continued over time with the death of Michael Brown. Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown were black, unarmed, shot and killed. The Black Lives Matter movement is a call to action and a response to the anti-black racism that infuses our society. Trayvon was a seventeen-year-old black male that was visiting his dad in Sanford, Florida when he was shot and killed by George Zimmerman in February 2012. George Zimmerman was a block watcher of a gated community, that was tried and not guilty for the murder of Trayvon Martin. “The police let Zimmerman go at the scene, saying they could not charge him since he claimed self-defense because, in Florida, a “stand your ground” law protects people who shoot first and later claim to have been threatened. “ Michael Brown was an 18-year-old male when he was shot, killed and unarmed by a white Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in August of 2014.
The Black Lives Matter Movement was created in light of these passings and was planned to be a festival and refinement of black lives. It means to be a political and ideological mediation in a general public where black lives are structured and intentionally directed for death. The Black Lives Matter goal was likely to revamp the Black liberation movement. The Black Lives Matter development is attempting to move the attitude of those in America away from ‘us versus them’ and in doing so genuinely liberate African American lives from disparity. If America has genuinely arrived at a post-racial society, why does a movement need to declare what Americans know? Numerous individuals have been moving the focal point of the movement by saying that it’s not simply black lives that matter, all lives matter, and all lives are significant. Individuals in America are utilizing the All Lives Matter explanation to contort the Black Lives Matter Movement into being anti-white rather than pro-black. By doing this and concentrating on the’Black’ part of the Black Lives Matter Movement, they are not hearing the worries that are being voiced. Indeed, all lives matter, yet there is a motivation behind why individuals are reasserting that black lives matter. On the off chance that the explanation that black lives matter isn’t valid, at that point America is sending the message that African American lives are not really lived and consequently they can be discarded, executed or lost.