Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter was organized as a way to get the word out about how blacks are discriminated against. The inspiration for its founding was the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. The media described the man who shot him, George Zimmerman, as being “White.” (It’s kind of ironic, because he has Hispanic heritage and looked Hispanic. Many people in American society would consider him to be “Hispanic” as opposed to “White.”

The thing is that people are heavily mixed, ethnically, and that is especially true for people who have heritage from Spanish-speaking countries—whether that mixing in their lineages went on in those countries or whether the mixing went on outside of those countries in places like America.

The media might have called him “White” to drum up drama between Back and White people, though if the situation was different they would have probably emphasized his Hispanic heritage.

Of course, Zimmerman had a Hispanic last name, but many Hispanics have non-Hispanic last names due to mixing in and out of Spanish countries. Some people who are Hispanic identify as “White,” even if many Whites in America would not identify those types of people as “White.”)

Anyway, even though the Trayvon incident was about a black male, the Black Lives Matter Movement, itself, made a point to be about everyone in the community—not just Black males. Members of BLM are honing in on the finer problems in black communities. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/about-lacey-larkin-frontera-fund/michael-lacey/

These problems have to do with the utter objectification and disregard for anyone who is black but not a healthy black male. Among BLM members, there is a dialogue about feminism, disabled individuals and people who have deviant sexual preferences and gender identities.

EURO

EURO is a much lesser known organization. It was started with the philosophy in mind that White Americans, as well as people of White European ethnic heritage around the world, are having their rights taken away and are being disregarded. Read more: Jim Larkin | Angel.co and Michael Lacey | Twitter

The founder, David Duke, argues that there is a systematic, institutional, mass genocide of people of European heritage that is happening around the world. He argues that as people of European descent are intentionally forced to live with people of other ethnic, racial and national backgrounds against their will, violence is ensuing due to tensions and differences in values.

He argues that the media says that it is okay for every race and ethnic group to outwardly promote the well being of their peoples, but it is branded as horrible for people of European descent to openly promote their communities and backgrounds beyond closed doors.

Members of Black Lives Matter would generally disregard an organization like EURO as having a one-side, non-legitimate, hate-filled plight. David Duke and people who look highly upon the organization feel differently.

Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund

Jim Lacey and Michael Larkin do not specifically support Blacks, like Black Lives Matter; and they do not support Whites, like EURO. They support Hispanics and people who have come here as undocumented immigrants.

Jim Lacey and Michael Larkin support these demographics of people by giving money to organizations that help with various details of the immigrant and Hispanic experiences.

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