Q&A: The history of imagery in Black social movements

Last June, Injustice Watch first reported on a database that compiled thousands of racist, violent and otherwise troubling public Facebook posts by hundreds of current and former law enforcement officers in eight departments nationwide. The posts displayed imagery including memes celebrating or cheering police violence against crime suspects and protesters, as well as “Blue Lives Matter” and Confederate flags.

After weeks of civil unrest and protests over systemic racism and police…

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