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#BlackLivesMatter saw tremendous growth on social media. Now what?

Credit: Mashable- Published on July 2, 2020
Across the country and across the globe, a phrase boomeranged from the streets to social media and back again, over and over: Black Lives Matter.Β 

For the 30 days since the police killing of George Floyd, the rallying cry had been mentioned more than 80 million times on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, and blogs, according to data...
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Video credit: Localish
Published on June 30, 2020 -  01:35
The social justice lemonade stand
Since they weren't able to attend Black Lives Matter protests, rallies or marches in person, one Chicago family decided to get involved with the movement in a different way. They set up a contact-free lemonade stand to raise money for My Block My Hood My City, an organization focused on helping people on the South and West sides of the city."Their motto is 'What can you do on your block?', so we thought we could do a lemonade stand," Metroff said.

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