I am a new member here, but supported his post. I understand your point and his point as well...however, being from the city where Breonna Taylor #SAYHERNAME was murdered and seeing how bad the looting and protesting has actually gotten, my thought is that there has to be a better way. But when you think about it, after so much time (meaning black history in the US in general), what really can be the better way? It is honestly a scary feeling not knowing if you are going to make it to work safely, and home safely because of the protests, road blocking, and riots. The same as it is scary for an african american to get pulled over just for their skin color. I guess what i am trying to say is that it is not so black & white (literally and figuratively speaking), everyone needs to look at it as a whole. We have to understand also that there are peaceful protestors protesting for the right reasons, and the ones who only join in the protesting in order to have a reason to steal (black and white protestors). How do we differentiate between them and their purpose for being there? I am 100% a #BLM supporter, but I shouldn't fear for my life just getting to work and back, just like they shouldn't fear for their life just for the color of their skin. From what I gathered from his post he is saying that one injustice doesn't make another injustice ok "two wrongs don't make a right".