When the president of the University at Buffalo decided to cancel his visit to the United States, students on campus mobilized.
They started a Twitter hashtag #NotInMyName, started a Facebook page called NotInMyNames and called for the resignation of the university president.
And then they began a #BlackLivesMatter movement.
As their movement spread across the country, the hashtag #Blacklivesmatter also began to take on a life of its own.
A few days after Trump’s inauguration, the Black Lives Matter movement in the United Kingdom began.
And now the #BlackChronicle movement has taken off in the U.S. A movement for justice and a movement to end institutional racism and police brutality.
“The Black Lives Movement is a movement for social justice,” says activist, professor and activist Tania Guevara.
“It’s the fight for equality, which is why we’ve been calling it Black Lives.
Black lives means all lives.”
The Black Lives movement has grown from a handful of students on the University College campus in Buffalo, New York, to a movement that has been embraced by millions of Americans and around the world.
The movement began in the early 1980s, when student activists from all walks of life began forming a student-led group, Black Students Union (BSU).
Over the years, BSU became the most powerful student union in the country.
Now, it is the largest student organization in the nation and has been recognized by the White House as one of the most important student organizations in the world in recent years.
The BSU is part of the broader Black Lives Organizing Network (BLOS), a coalition of organizations across the United State and around South America that seeks to promote the rights of all Black Americans and support the Black liberation movement.
Its members include more than 700 universities and colleges and more than 150 national and international universities.
And the movement’s members also include thousands of individuals, including students at universities across the nation, from Black Lives Matters activists to activists and activists themselves.
“This movement is based on the idea that black lives matter,” says Lianne Ng, a graduate student at the City University of New York.
“When we say Black lives matter, it’s a call to all people of color, all communities, all generations of people to come together and demand that they be treated equally.
That is what we are all striving for.”
The BSO has also helped launch the movement to abolish the death penalty and for the first time ever, Black Lives are being honored on the United Nations Human Rights Council.
As the movement has spread across America, BSO members have become the targets of hate crimes, and they have been charged with hate crimes in a number of states.
BSOs Black Lives Week began on May 16 in New York City, where a group gathered at the Black Panther Party headquarters.
Black Lives Month began on April 27 in Los Angeles, where protesters gathered at City Hall in the name of Black Lives, and a vigil was held in New Jersey, where activists marched in solidarity.
In Washington, D.C., demonstrators marched in the streets, chanting “We’re with our brothers and sisters in Baltimore.”
“This is a very challenging time in America,” says Dr. Kwame Alexander, a professor of Africana Studies at the American University of Ghana and one of many Black Lives organizers.
“There are so many things happening right now.
We’re dealing with the aftermath of a white supremacist police murder, so we are also dealing with racism and anti-blackness.
There is a lot of frustration and anger right now.”
The movement has also come under attack from a number Trump supporters.
Earlier this month, a white Trump supporter was charged with assaulting a Black Lives activist at a Trump rally in Ohio.
And last month, former Vice President Joe Biden tweeted that he did not support the movement, but he did call on his supporters to “stop hating our enemies.”
“I don’t agree with it, but I can understand why people are angry,” says Alexander.
“We have a president who is going to continue to do the same things we’ve done.”
But Alexander and other Black Lives activists are optimistic.
“I’m hoping that the movement can grow,” she says.
“And that we can get people to look at us and say, ‘Look, this is who we are.'”
The Black lives movement isn’t limited to the UB campus.
“People from all over the country are getting involved in this movement, so it’s not just at UB,” says Gueuara.
The Black Life Movement is an example of how the Black people in America are organizing to fight racism and to change the system, she says, adding that she and her fellow activists are hoping that others will join them.
“In my opinion, it will be a success if we are able to mobilize the Black community around these