We know of 12 trans people murdered this year. All of them have been Black women.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors describes leading a national movement, losing her father, and finding balance in the process.
We talk with Patrisse Cullors-Bignac and Damon Davis about black art becoming more than trauma and struggle.
"Most black Americans think Canada is a haven," said Patrisse Cullors, the LA-based activist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter. But lately, longstanding anger over how Toronto police treat black residents has come to the fore.
A lot of the media coverage around Saturday's Justice Or Else rally focused on Louis Farrakhan, reminding us that building a movement around one man has its pitfalls. By eschewing leaders, Black Lives Matter has shielded itself from these problems.
"For all the little Black girls out there who are not allowed to just be little Black girls, this night is for you."