India spontaneously recorded a new song, inspired by Eric Garner’s heartbreaking last words, “I can’t breathe," in the aftermath of the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile in early July.
#BlackLivesMatter: The Most Powerful Images of Protests Against Police Brutality From Around the Country
The nation is uniting to take a stand against injustice and these pictures are living proof. See protestors in action from Baton Rouge, to Memphis, to New York City.
Starbucks baristas, though notorious for misspelling or mispronouncing names, have been shouting #BlackLivesMatter clear as day to announce ready to-go beverages.
Now that Kim Kardashian is the mother of two African-American children, North and Saint West, she too has joined the list of celebrities speaking up about the issue of police brutality in this country.
An anonymous artist has reimagined Hollywood Boulevard with the names of victims of police brutality.
HBO Documentary Films president Sheila Nevins ordered a documentary film surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement after seeing the 2016 Academy Award nominations.
In an exclusive interview, the Grey's Anatomy star gets real on his journey to Hollywood, protecting civil rights and how he knew his wife was the woman for him.
EXCLUSIVE: Iyanla Vanzant Issues a Challenge for #BlackLivesMatter Movement, Discusses the One Guest She Let Down
Vanzant wants to challenge people who use the hashtag to do something beyond their social media accounts.
Opal Tometi, one of the movement's founders, said that today's uprising is something that has been needed for decades
ESSENCE Festival attendees had more on their minds than just taking in the concerts and enjoying the festivities. The #BlackLivesMatter movement was at the forefront of many attendees' thoughts and they had no trouble sharing with us the reasons why Black lives matter to them and how to keep the conversation going.
The American Dialect Society called the hashtag "powerful" and a "forceful example" of linguistics.
Today @essencemag stands in mourning with the many Black mothers who, throughout American history, have endured the unspeakable — seeing their sons killed — only to further suffer pain when our justice system fails to deliver.