Atlanta, GA – On MAY 25, Derek Chauvin took George Floyd’s life when he kneeled on his neck for 8 minutes & 46 seconds … while 3 other officers stood by during an arrest in Minneapolis. Within days the city filled with protest against police brutality bringing Blacks , whites, Latinos, Asians and natives Americans together. We knew the revolution had arrived when the Amish, the Witches, & Anonymous came out of seclusion. As the weeks followed many cities like Los Angeles, Philly, & Miami had protests. And by the end of month protests spread to Hawai’i , Dublin, Paris, Toronto, Berlin, Seoul and counting. All eyes on America. The whole world begin to chant “Black Lives Matter”. The streets are being painted with bright letters, confederate statues are coming down, and no one is making George Floyd a martyr … Candace Owens. George Floyd, Ahmad Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Sandra Bland and many more are evidence of a broken system. The people are tired. Unfortunately some speak with looting and vandalizing, but it doesn’t take away the foundation of the protest… CHANGE. Many Blacks are using this moment of cultural introspect to tackle issues of colorism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, violence, and other negative conditions that keep ANY BLACK LIFE oppressed. Like any revolution this movement will have its share of healthy debate. Brands like Aunt Jemima & Band-aid have re-evaluated their role in systemic racism with Starbucks, in my opinion being the biggest offender. The coffeehouse chain publicly pledge support with BLM, while privately forbidding their employees to wear anything with BLM on it. While BLM is accused of hating black men, being funded by an extreme white liberal George Soros, and having a copy cat collect over $4 million in donations. Author Sonobofu Some once said “Conflict happens for two reasons… you need to learn something or let go of something.” So if you haven’t figured it out. This is our answer to BLACK LIVES MATTER!