Black Lives Matter explained: The history of a movement
The Black Lives Matter group has been fighting to be heard since 2013 – and the phrase itself is now being seen on streets and screens all around the world after the killing of George Floyd. But how did the movement get here? And how did it begin?
How many Americans think racism is not a problem in the US today? Four graphs that explore race in America.
Race relations are always a significant issue in American public life. FactCheck looks at how perceptions of racism have changed.
Black Lives Matter – the mothers of the movement
Mothers involved with the Black Lives Matter movement speak at the Oxford Union. The panel includes Trayvn Martin, Michael Brown and Sandra Bland.
Black Lives Matter at the Oxford Union
It started in Florida with the death of an unarmed black teenager: 17 year old Trayvon Martin, fatally shot as he walked from a store. Tonight some of the African American mothers who’ve lost their children to police shootings and alleged racial violence are speaking at the Oxford Union.
DeRay Mckesson on Trump and Black Lives Matter
As President elect Donald Trump considers his top cabinet appointments – we speak to DeRay Mckesson, one of the leading figures in America’s Black Lives Matter movement – about his country’s political future, at a time when open hostility and intolerance have never been more extreme.
FactCheck: are Black Lives Matter UK right about racism and climate change?
Black Lives Matter UK have moved on to protesting about climate change. Is it really a race issue?
This is what freedom looks like after decades in jail
America has more than two million people inside its prisons. But in 2014, a record number of prisoners were released after they were found to have been wrongfully convicted.