Black Lives Matter co-founder says defunding the police means invest in the resources our communities need | TheHill – The Hill


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Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza said Sunday that defunding the police means reorganizing society’s priorities."When we talk about defunding the police, what we're saying is 'invest in the resources that our communities need,’” she said on NBC's "Meet the Press," citing housing and education. “Why can't we start to look at how it is that we reorganize our priorities so people don’t have to be in the streets protesting ... in a global pandemic?” she added.EXCLUSIVE on #MTP: Black Lives Matter Co-founder @aliciagarza explains the call to “Defund the Police.” #IfItsSunday“Why can’t we look at how it is that we reorganize our priorities so people don’t have to be in the streets during a national pandemic, a global pandemic.”— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) June 7, 2020The slogan “Defund the Police” has been used during protests over George Floyd’s death and painted by the D.C. chapter of Black Lives Matter next to the city’s “Black Lives Matter” mural. The movement’s co-founder also responded to Sen. Cory BookerCory BookerOvernight Health Care: New COVID-19 cases nationally drop below 100K for first time in 2021 | CDC warns states against lifting restrictions amid threat of virus variants | Health officials warn COVID-19 eradication unlikely Black maternal health omnibus package introduced by Democratic lawmakers Booker reintroduces bill to give all newborns ,000 savings accounts MORE’s (D-N.J.) comments in a preceding interview that while he understands the “sentiment and the substance” behind the phrase, “it’s not a slogan I will use.”"Are we willing to live in fear that our lives will be taken by police officers who are literally using their power in the wrong way?” she asked. “Or are we willing to adopt and absorb the fear of what it might mean to change our practices, which will ultimately lead to a better quality of life for everyone.”Garza said Black Lives Matter used to be a “radical idea,” but now it is being discussed “across kitchen tables all over the world.”Protests erupted across the country over the police mistreatment of minorities after Floyd died while in police custody.  Video footage showed a former Minneapolis police officer kneeling on Floyd’s neck while he said he couldn’t breathe and became unresponsive.
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