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Two Years In, Black Lives Matter Has Prompted More Americans To Reject White Guilt

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Today marks two years since the killing of , and one thing can be said with certainty: the committed who created and orchestrated the violent disorders that upended our cities in 2020 have been incredibly successful at deeply altering life in this country. And not for the better.

That should not surprise in the least those who have followed closely what the founders have said and done. “Changing how we’ve organized this country … dismantling the organizing principle of this society,” as BLM architect Alicia Garza put it in 2019, has always been the goal.

Many people think BLM has gone away. They don’t see riots, looting, or burning in our cities anymore. When they do hear about the main BLM organization, the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF), it is mostly about their financial improprieties or mansion-buying sprees.

But BLM doesn’t need to riot anymore. In fact,

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