Have I Ever Told You Black Lives Matter?

Have I told you that we have never, ever accepted that Black lives don’t matter? Not Frederick, Harriet, Sojourner, Martin, Rosa, Malcolm, or Nelson? We have always known and you must remember that Black lives matter. W. E. B. knew that Black lives matter. He preached about Black equality and liberation and would be standing shoulder-to-shoulder with us today. Have I ever told you that? Have I told you that we have long been world-acclaimed poets and authors—Zora, Richard, Langston, James, Ralph, Maya, Toni, Ta-Nehisi, and so many others—affirming with powerful voices that Black lives matter? Have I ever told you that?

 

“A beautiful and powerful story and a way to engage and teach children—on Black history, which is American history, and on the legacy of Black struggle and achievement in this nation.” —Khary Lazarre-White, Executive Director & Co-Founder, The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, and author of Passage

 

“The world needs this yesterday.” —James Forman Jr., Pulitzer Prize – winning author of Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America

 

 

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Have I Ever Told You Black Lives Matter?

“A beautiful and powerful story and a way to engage and teach
children—on Black history, which is American history, and on the
legacy of Black struggle and achievement in this nation.”
—Khary Lazarre-White, Executive Director & Co-Founder,
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, and author of Passage

 

 

 

 

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