Monthly Archives: January 2016

Why #BlackBrunch needs to stop (and other unsolicited advice to Black Lives Matter)

Over the past year, an ongoing trend in the Black Lives Matter movement has been a tactic called “black brunch,” in which groups of activists enter restaurants in the late morning/early afternoon hours to disrupt people’s meals by reading out names of African Americans slain by white police officers, and shouting slogans such as “white silence […]