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“Black Lives Do Matter” Watch Akah Nnani & Chioma Dike Talk about the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

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On a new episode of ‘Akah Bants’, Akah Nnani is joined by human rights advocate and the Executive Director of Africa’s Daughters Foundation, Chioma Dike.

They talk about how we can lend our voices to push for equal justice for blacks and minorities in the US.

Watch it here:

5 Comments

  1. bruno

    July 26, 2016 at 10:57 am

    yes cause we have equal rights in nigeria. mumus. ur country is a mess instead u are going yo america to promote equality. why dont most naija people have sense.

    • Shut Up Bruno

      July 26, 2016 at 2:11 pm

      Bruno not everyone has a small one track mind like you. It’s possible to care about Nigerian issue and issues elsewhere. Most people can walk and chew gum at the same time, save for a select few morons like you

  2. Lol

    July 26, 2016 at 7:34 pm

    Black Libes matter her to be good until people started exploring the organization and hash tag. Using it for interviews and to run for elections in the same system they swore they would never be part of.
    Black loves matter needs to teach us the black community that our only voice is our education.
    Fighting the police won’t work and protesting has definitely not be working.
    Blm never finishes solving their problems forever dropping from one bandwagon hash tag to another two months later everyone is ready quiet about it till another altercation and the media makes it relevant. We march and block highway and in another two months another shooting!!! I’m ranting I’m just mad
    Meanwhile priorities misplaced.

    • Lol

      July 26, 2016 at 7:36 pm

      I was typing too fast *black lives matter
      *used to be good
      *exploiting
      *lives
      Okay I’m done

  3. Tosin

    July 27, 2016 at 5:43 am

    This whole thing was so super-emotional. Racism has a LONG history, we’re all racist. But human rights and citizenship rights are clear: Americans shouldn’t get murdered in the streets of America without justice. When it’s not Somalia.
    The best part, and this is a terrible thing to acknowledge, but the best part of this latest pair of murders, was the retributive murders. Yeah yeah violence is never the answer but this violence was part of the answer. Human lives matter. Next time a person is murdered in America, let the system respond in a fair manner.
    Like Trevor Noah put it, they change systems in America for ONE dead GORILLA. They issue acknowledgements and apologies and promises on the death of one animal. Yet, we’re looking at a series of murders of human beings alllllll these years (Amadou Diallo, 1999 etc etc) and it’s too difficult to even say hey we think you killed this guy and should face trial and be punished, or to investigate if the police are being systematically trained to target black people?
    What is all this black people and white people shit anyway? Another invention we need to transcend. And we will.

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