This module contains images that feature the Black body as a catalyst for social, cultural, and political change. The new civil rights movement has gained national and international attention for speaking out against institutional racism in the criminal justice system overall, and physically protesting the questionable, and seemingly unlawful, deaths of Black men and women at the hands of police in particular.
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