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The three men accused of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery plead not guilty
"Up there, he is happy to participate in the movement"
His son was, a few kilometers from the house where he grew up. The face of the young man aged only 25 then invaded the screens and his story fueled the mobilization that seized the country, even more since the death of George Floyd a few months later.
"I think that my son is in heaven and that up there, he is happy to participate in the movement", adds Ahmaud Arbery's mother. His name,, and many others before them, resonates in the demonstrations.
"When we were kids, we all got along well, blacks and whites, and there was never a problem," says Akeem Becker, his childhood friend. “But as you grow up, you become aware of certain things, and then a kind of separation begins,” he continues, while in the American South, ordinary racism has been part of the background of their childhood.
"Ahmaud and I have talked a lot about racism, but he never imagined that his life would come to an end like this."
CNN’s Don Lemon & ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Terry Crews Debate Purpose Of Black Lives Matter .
CNN host Don Lemon and Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Terry Crews debated – passionately, not, as some reports suggest, angrily – the goals and accomplishments of the Blacks Lives Matter movement, with Lemon taking issue over Crews’ suggestion that BLM leaders should be more focused on violent crime within Black communities. “The Black Lives Matter movement was started because it was about police brutality,” Lemon said. “If you want an All Black Lives Matter movement that talks about gun violence in…Black communities, then start that movement with that name. But that’s not what Black Lives Matter is about.