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Facts Revealed: Local UWS Leadership Comportment and the “Women’s March”

All Cincinnati community organizers and community members concerned with social equity need to read this message. Black Lives Matter Cincinnati (BLMC) resigned itself to suffer the negative opinions some might harbor towards us for refusing to participate in the United We Stand (UWS) march and rally. We chose not to release damning information that supported […]

Mason, Westside School Incidents: Examples of Institutionalized Racism

There’s a problem in Mason City Schools, Elder High School and other predominantly white schools. A racism problem. And it is much deeper than the ignorant and harmful deeds of a few teachers, students and coaches. In the February 2 incident at a Elder High School basketball game, students made racial slurs for more than […]

BLMC Events: Effective Ways to Fight for Women’s Liberation

A recording of the panel BLMC hosted on January 20, 2018. The panel is hosted by Kai. The panelists are Mona Jenkins from BLMC, Corine Fairbanks from AIM (American Indian Movement), Victoria Straughn from Concerned Citizens for Justice, Ed Vaughn from Cincinnati Revolutionary Students, and Megan Anderson from the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) Metro […]

Cincy ‘Take A Knee’ Caravan heads to Minnesota

Delegation will join national conference during Superbowl to highlight racism, cop brutality By Brian Taylor Black Lives Matter: Cincinnati CINCINNATI, Ohio — A delegation of 19 people will depart for Minneapolis February 2 to participate in “2018 Take A Knee Conference and Rally,” scheduled for Feb 3-4. Subtitled, “Race, Police Violence and the Right To […]

Feb. 10: Mass Action & Movement Building

February 10, 4:30 — 6:30 pm. Discussion series event will take up BLMC principles 7,9&10. These principles address the type of movement that needs to be built to combat the institutional exploitation and oppression we are subject to and where the power to take on the profit driven rulers comes from. Refreshments will be available. […]

BLMC FACT SHEET (Clarifying Our Stance in Relation to the Women’s March)

Due to the comments we have seen over the past few days, we want to clarify some misconceptions about our position on the matter of the Women’s March. Our issue with the “vote” theme is twofold. It’s about: The exclusion of marginalized people of all ethnicities and The narrow focus of the prescribed method to […]