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Every Black Life Matters president, Kevin McGary, hit the Black Lives Matter movement in an appearance on Sunday’s Fox & Friends Weekend because it was “too tight” in its scope.
“If you think about it, every single black life would have to have meaning before black lives could matter,” McGary said.
McGary argued that Black Lives Matter misses the bigger picture by being too busy uncovering obvious cases of police brutality by whites against blacks.
Every Black Life Matters’ efforts, McGary said, are more widespread. His organization, he said, “stands” with families affected by the often violent protests and riots that erupted in major US cities over the past year in response to the police deaths of black citizens – such as the widely reported death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis last May.
McGary also highlighted education as one of his group’s concerns. Unlike BLM, Every Black Life Matters promotes school voting to give Black Americans a more “level playing field,” noted McGary.
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He continued to deny the premise that racism is anchored in U.S. institutions and has deterred black students from being successful, a seemingly central aspect of Critical Race Theory, a controversial curriculum that has won the support of many progressives.
“There are certain people who, in my opinion, act as white racists because they send their children to the private schools and schools they can afford, while they banish black children because they know that coupons, parenting programs have a huge impact . “About black lives,” said McGary. “They will refer black and brown students to these public schools just so they can continue to get funding through the teachers’ unions.”
Rashad Turner, the founder of Black Lives Matter in St. Paul, Minnesota, came to a similar conclusion as it was within the BLM movement. He has since left the group and now heads the Minnesota Parent Union pro-school choice group, which speaks of the organization’s “ugly truth”.
“I believed the organization stood for exactly what the name implied – black lives matter,” he said. “But after a year inside, I learned that they care little about rebuilding black families.”
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Black Lives Matter has championed a number of other controversial recordings since its inception. Before the language was cleared, the BLM had stated on its website that it wanted to “disrupt” the nuclear family structure.
In the past few days, the group has seen some disputes following the resignation of former co-founder Patrisse Cullors, whose finances have been in question since she was named wasteful spending was exposed. Cullors denied that her decision to step down was related to the controversy.