Rashad Turner, the founder of the Black Lives Matter movement (BLM) cell in Minnesota, criticized the actions of the organization’s members, revealing, in his words, “the ugly truth.”
“I learned the ugly truth – the moratorium on charter schools does not support black families. This creates obstacles to improving education for black children,” Turner said.
We are talking about educational institutions that receive state funding while remaining independent. According to Turner, if charter schools are closed, many black children will lose the opportunity to get a good education. The Black Lives Matter movement, whose slogans were held in US cities, calls for an end to police funding and fights for “racial justice.”