By JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Black Lives Matter network will not make a presidential publicity though will keep adult a domestic activism by opposed possibilities about a diagnosis of African-Americans in a United States.
That’s what one of a group’s founders, Alicia Garza, tells The Associated Press in an interview.
She also says a classification will press forward with protests and interruptions during a 2016 campaign.
Garza says that “sometimes we have to put a wrench in a gears to get people to listen.”
Black Lives Matter activists grabbed headlines when they disrupted a Seattle convene final month before Democratic presidential claimant Bernie Sanders was about to speak.
Garza says in a future, a classification might turn some-more concerned with possibilities and parties, and even run candidates. But she says “we’re not there yet.”
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