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Justice For Dorian-Make Our Community Safe

In March of this year BLM Memphis launched its Black Dollars Matters matter boycott on neighborhood stores who disrespect patrons. Our plea fell on deaf ears in the black community.  A few weeks after we negotiated a reciprocal agreement with one store in our community, Dorian Harris {17}was shot and killed after exiting the TOP SHOP STOP located at 1127 Springdale Ave.  The cold-blooded murder of a foreigner in a black community has open the dialogue for a bigger discussion of the disproportionate economics in our communities.  We are calling on all persons in North Memphis to RISE  UP!  Do not shop at this store! Do not go inside this store! This is the 1st of many stores we intend to close down all over the country because of the current state of our neighborhoods and their unwillingness to abide by the law in our cities.

The Rise UP North Memphis campaign is a {7} Phase Project which will serve as a working template for other impoverished and forgotten neighborhoods to redevelop and revitalize their communities.

It is necessary to protect our community not only standing up to violence but demanding that we are respected by all merchants who directly benefit from our dollars.  We must eliminate business that breed blight and crime.  We will be compiling information necessary for our communities to remain protected physically and economically. Be sure to fill out all polls or forms that you see with “RISE UP” North Memphis campaign and sign our petition for the permanent closing of the Top Stop Shop for our new community laundry mat.



Women Will Rise “It’s Our Time”

On January 20, 2018, all over the country, people participated in Women’s marches.  Tennessee opted not only to hold a march but prior to the march organizers held a conference.  Participants attended educational and informative workshops.  Workshops included intersectionality, artivism, communication, building political power, criminal justice reform, planning and much more.  Below is a video of one of the Artivism workshops that BLM Memphis facilitated.

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Mama Peaches of BLM Memphis Butterfly Committee
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Artivism Workshop Women’s 2.0 Conference BLM Memphis © 2018

Women from different walks of life attended various marches to show the world we will rise.   In a climate where women are faced with misogyny, sexual assault, racism, disrespect, and uncertainty.  Each person gained a sense of purpose from the energy in the atmosphere. What is crystal clear, is it will take unity of women to heal this country from all of the hurt we have endured.

With our 45th president under fire and firing continual insensitive remarks/tweets towards women, minorities, and impoverished countries, a sense of pride could be felt at the Tennessee State’s Avon Williams campus. After the conference, the crowd moved to the public square for a rally to kick of the Nashville’s Women’s March.    A chant began “When I say Me, You Say Too, Too!” “This is what Democracy looks like!” The chants led by P. Moses BLM Tennesse founder could be heard by all of downtown Nashville; Arm-to-arm, man and woman, black and brown, red and yellow, Muslim and Christian, Straight and Gay, Sic and Trans, elected officials and activists marched to the hill of the Tennesse State Capitol.  Thousands of people behind a banner which read “Power Together Tennessee” as they unapologetically demanded that women rise this year and be respected in a country that has systematically oppressed us.


Children wearing their pink hats and carrying signs of expressions of why we march.  One signed read “Grab em in the midterm!” and another said RESPECT in pink letters behind a rainbow mural.


Megan Barry, Nashville Mayor, spoke at the beginning of the march.   Several women and other elected officers and those seeking office were in the crowds making rounds with all potenital voters.  The whirlwind of women in leadership gave everyone a sense of hope and purpose.  Multiracial organizers, played a key role in the logistics of the march.  Darlene Neal, and Francie Hunt along with several activists spent months and planning this event to make sure everything ran smoothly.   It is obvious the country  needs a womans touch to heal the wounds, organize and rebuild public trust.


This spiritual experience that all onlookers felt will be forever remembered. The event had a host of muscial guest from all genres and was closed by musical mayhem of Beyonce’s Bass Player Divinity Roxx. An intercultual interactive experience  illustrated that women do rock and any race, gender, age, can rock out together for a cause of change.


BLM Memphis affirms all black lives and is one step closer to bridging the gap in our state and helping others understand why we march and why black lives matter. The importance of unity and working collectively towards attaining political power for the entire state of Tennessee must include women. When women win this battle of inequity in the State House and all local governments we will be able to embrace our country and the chant of “This is what Democracy looks like,” will have a new profound meaning because women in power will have risen because Women Will Rise, It is our time! #powertogethertn #womensmarch #blacklivesmatter #blmmemphis.                       CLICK TO SEE OTHER LINKS OF MEDIA COVERAGE

 Click to Read Tennessean Articlewritten by Melanie Balakit




Women’s March


Recap of Rally & March

Artivism Project I am Diamond Reynolds I am Dae Dae

Transgender Possibly Murdered in Mississippi​ Prison

JACKSON, Miss. — A Mississippi inmate convicted in 2014 of the death of a Georgia woman through illicit silicone buttocks injections has died. The Mississippi Department of Corrections said in a statement Monday that an autopsy will be conducted on the remains of Tracy Lynn Garner , who died Sunday. She was 58 and had served less…

We affirm all black lives including Transgenders

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Activist Files Million Dollar Lawsuit Against County Commissioner Roland

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A local activist is seeking $1 million over comments reportedly made by Shelby County Commissioner Terry Roland. The lawsuit, which names both Roland and the Shelby County government, was filed on behalf of Black Lives Matter activist Pamela Moses just last week over comments reportedly made during a June 2017 commission meeting.…

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Commissioner Terry Roland is a devout Trump supporter and running for Shelby County Mayor, we are asking all viewers to share the links and video below to inform the public of what candidates are seeking public office.


P. Moses and Civil Rights Legend Angela Davis


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