BLM

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AcronymDefinition
BLMBureau of Land Management (US government)
BLMBlack Lives Matter
BLMBlack Mage (Final Fantasy; gaming)
BLMBank Loan Modification
BLMBloom Syndrome
BLMBayerische Landeszentrale für Neue Medien
BLMBlack Marlin
BLMBleomycin
BLMBaseball League Manager
BLMBusiness Line Manager
BLMBiotic Ligand Model (metal toxicity predictive tool)
BLMBerrymans Lace Mawer (law firm; UK)
BLMBilayer Lipid Membrane
BLMBottom Line Management (various locations)
BLMBusiness Logistics Management
BLMBergbahn Lauterbrunnen-Mürren (Swiss railway)
BLMBlended Learning Model (education strategy)
BLMBonniers Litterära Magasin
BLMBoundary-Layer Meteorology
BLMBeam Loss Monitor
BLMBorder Liaison Mechanism (US government)
BLMBlack-Line Master (classrooms)
BLMBlack Latino Male
BLMBrand Lifecycle Management (various industries)
BLMBlock Learn Multiplier
BLMBoundary-Layer Model
BLMBloodMage (gaming)
BLMBuzzword Lifecycle Management
BLMBertrand Leroy Martin (French construction company)
BLMBormla (postal locality, Malta)
BLMBroadloom Metre (carpeting)
BLMBachelor of Labour Management
BLMBehavioral Language Model (computer science)
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"Black Lives Have Always Mattered" provides its readers with a first-hand perspective to a problem known to the African American community long before the Black Lives Matter movement revealed it to the general public--that black lives have always mattered.
Ojeah, the Tiger's Eye crystal was chosen for the fact that, among other things, it symbolizes self-empowerment and self-realization, two cornerstone principles of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Suzanne Nossel, CEO of the PEN America group promoting literature and free expression, says she is concerned Hashemi might have been targeted for her documentary work on the Black Lives Matter movement or for political reasons.
Within a matter of a few years, Black Lives Matter had grown into a 21st-century Black liberation movement and a modern-day civil rights movement.
Black Lives Matter (BLM) adopted support for the international Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement (which calls on Israel to end its illegal occupation of Palestinian lands) in 2016, thus exposing itself to the Israeli governments' extensive BDS-quashing efforts.
When Mr Chambers, 24, commented about police harassment, the officer said: "You're not going all Black Lives Matter on us?" He added: "You'd be the first one I would shoot if I had a gun, definitely".
The line of clothing, sold by a third party manufacturer on Walmart.com, which stirred up controversy at the time were merchandize containing the caption "Bulletproof - Black Lives Matter."
Speaking about the future, he told Radio Times: "What gives me hope is Time's Up, #MeToo, ERA 50:50, Black Lives Matter. It's the millions of kids marching after the Parkland school massacre in Florida.
For those invested in the phrase Black Lives Matter, it is neither a reflection of the anemic state of activism, nor an example of the violence of the "alt-left," nor evidence of "reverse racism" (which is actually not a thing).
"These movements [are] really connected to our own movements in the past, whether it's the Black Lives Matter rallies that have been happening or the [2017] Women's March," she said.
"WE'RE IN THE moment of reckoning right now," says Patrisse Khan-Cullors, the activist and artist who cofounded the now-global civil rights movement, Black Lives Matter, with a hashtag in 2013.