Black Lives Matter: From a Moment to a Movement

Black Lives Matter: From a Moment to a Movement

This concise yet comprehensive reference book provides an overview of the Black Lives Matter movement, from its emergence in response to the police-involved deaths of unarmed black people to its development as a force for racial justice in America. • Provides readers with a comprehensive overview of the origin, growth, and development of the Black Lives Matter movement • Explores how modern activists employ social media as a force for social change • Examines the emergence of white supremacy and white nationalism as a part of a cultural backlash against the Black Lives Matter movement • Presents current information and statistics on racial injustice in America • Explores how the civil rights movement, Black Power movement, and hip-hop culture have shaped and influenced the fight for racial justice

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Publisher ABC-CLIO
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ISBN 144086571X
Pages 164 pages
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