This video from the USA says about itself:
Black Lives Matter Activist Interrupts Hillary Clinton [2/24/16] “I am NOT a Superpredator.”
24 February 2016
Hillary calling young black children “superpredators” in the 90s: here.
A YouTube commenter wrote on this:
Hillary: “I’m happy to address it” …as one of Hillary‘s [Secret Service] cronies removes the young Black Lives Matter activist … and Hillary does nothing to stop him. If Hillary was REAL she would have said “No, leave her alone, let her stay and let me explain what I meant when I said “We’ve have to bring them to heel.” But I guess that is a hard one to explain and it’s easier to just get the young lady out of the way than it is to REALLY DEAL with the “ISSUES.”
By Tyler Tynes in the USA:
Black Lives Matter Activists Interrupt Hillary Clinton At Private Event In South Carolina
They wanted her to account for some of her past statements on racial justice.
02/24/2016 10:36 pm ET
Two Black Lives Matter activists interrupted a private Hillary Clinton fundraising event Wednesday night in Charleston, South Carolina.
Youth activist Ashley Williams demanded that the Democratic presidential candidate account for inconsistencies in her record on race, specifically around comments she made about crime in 1996.
Williams said she and a colleague, whom she did not identify, contributed $500 to attend the Clinton event, which was held at a private residence and was attended by around 100 guests.
Williams said she and her colleague strategically placed themselves at the front of the crowd and waited until Clinton appeared. Speakers introducing Clinton around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday night discussed Walter Scott, the Charleston A.M.E. Church shooting and how Clinton had a strong record of racial justice.
As Clinton spoke to the crowd, Williams stood to her side and held a sign quoting controversial statements Clinton made in 1996 in reference to at-risk youth, when she said “we have to bring them to heel.”
Williams said when Clinton paused and looked at her sign, she asked the former secretary of state to apologize to black people for mass incarceration. The mostly white audience yelled at Williams and told her she was being rude, she said.
“I wanted to bring her to confront her own words,” Williams told The Huffington Post after the protest, adding, “We did this because we wanted to make sure that black people are paying attention to her record, and we want to know what Hillary we are getting.”
Williams said the Secret Service threw her out out of the event.
The demonstration comes three days before the South Carolina primary, where turnout from black voters will be key to Clinton clinching the Democratic nomination.
Williams, who is from Charlotte, North Carolina, said she was motivated to protest because policies during President Bill Clinton’s administration led to an increase in mass incarceration that mostly affected black communities. She pointed to three-strike federal sentencing laws, the elimination of rehabilitative programs for drug abuse and an emphasis on prison construction as part of the destructive Clinton legacy on crime.
Clinton has distanced herself from these policies and recently issued a detailed agenda on racial justice. But Williams wants more.
“Hillary Clinton has a pattern of throwing the Black community under the bus when it serves her politically,” Williams said in a statement before the event. “She called our boys ‘super-predators’ in ’96, then she race-baited when running against Obama in ‘08, now she’s a lifelong civil rights activist. I just want to know which Hillary is running for President, the one from ’96, ’08, or the new Hillary?”
The Clinton campaign didn’t immediately return a request for comment.
This isn’t the first time Clinton has met opposition by activist groups during her campaign. In October 2015, protesters interrupted Clinton in Atlanta while she tried to roll out a plan for criminal justice reform. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has also faced faced protests from Black Lives Matters activists at his events.
HuffPost Pollster shows Clinton with 58 percent in South Carolina, compared with Sanders‘ 33 percent, heading into the state’s Democratic primary.
Sanders Dings Clinton Over ’90s Welfare Reform, Saying It Hurt The ‘Very Vulnerable’. As first lady, Clinton helped corral votes for the law: here.
How Can Black People Trust Hillary Clinton After the 2008 Campaign? Here.
24 February. 2016
We end today’s show remembering Black Lives Matter activist MarShawn McCarrel. On February 8, he shot himself to death at the entrance to the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. MarShawn McCarrel was just 23 years old. MarShawn organized against the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson and worked to aid the homeless. He launched the program Feed the Streets after he himself was homeless for three months.
Hours before he shot himself, MarShawn wrote on Facebook, “My demons won today. I’m sorry.” Just days before his death, MarShawn was honored as a Hometown Hero at the NAACP Image Awards for his community project Pursuing Our Dreams. On Tuesday, Democracy Now! spoke to a group of students and a teacher who knew MarShawn.
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