I don’t know who these students are, but they are not the young people who took to the streets in Ferguson. Those young people would never march in support of Black Lives Matter. They like Darren Seals witnessed BLM rape, rob and pillage a grieving community, collect millions off their suffering then high tail it out of town leaving the community broken and defeated as they moved on to the next tragedy. Black Lives Matter is not welcome in Ferguson. They don’t have a chapter in St. Louis for this very reason.<br><br>These are students who participated in the NPIC backed March For Our Lives. They represent the nonprofit industrial complex. Huge Diff. <br><br>The fact that there are young black people here who have no idea of this distinction is mind boggling.

I don’t know who these students are, but they are not the young people who took to the streets in Ferguson. Those young people would never march in support of Black Lives Matter. They like Darren Seals witnessed BLM rape, rob and pillage a grieving community, collect millions off their suffering then high tail it out of town leaving the community broken and defeated as they moved on to the next tragedy. Black Lives Matter is not welcome in Ferguson. They don’t have a chapter in St. Louis for this very reason.

These are students who participated in the NPIC backed March For Our Lives. They represent the nonprofit industrial complex. Huge Diff.

The fact that there are young black people here who have no idea of this distinction is mind boggling.

St. Louis-area students lead Black Lives Matter youth protest

Students in St. Louis raised their voices on Saturday morning to protest racial profiling and systemic police violence against African-Americans. More than

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