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Definitional

Causal

Evaluation

Action

Jurisdiction

Up to three names,
write them all; 4+,
write first name et
al. (i.e., Smith et
al.)

(popular, scholarly,
trade, government)

Does X exist?

Is X a Y?

Does X cause Y?
Is Y a result of X?

Is it good or bad?
Fair or unfair?
Harmful or
beneficial?

What should be
done about X?

Who is responsible?

1.
Peniel Joseph

* Popular
Op-ed piece in
the NY Times

2
A.C Spollen

*Popular
Op-ed piece in
IJR

3.

* Scholarly

*Popular

We should stop
focusing our
attention on how
the BLM
movement is bad,
as it is not. Doing
so wastes time
and effort

Should the
BLM
movement be
viewed as a
hate group?

The BLM
movement should
be viewed as a
hate group

Killings of
unarmed black
people causes there
to be more mistrust
between the cops
and black people

Cassandra
Chaney, Ray V.
Robertson

4.
Daniel Victor

America should
focus on uniting
to help fix the
justice system

The BLM has


never been
anti-police,
government or
white

What is the
phrase
#Alllivesmatter
mean?

Killings of unarmed
black people is
harmful to other
black people as they
can develop
psychological issues
as a result.

#Alllivesmatter
takes away the
focus from the
specific
grievances of
black people.

The BLM
matter
movement is
responsible for
the deaths of
police officers
and the
violence
Holding those
responsible for
unjust killings
accountable for
their actions

Many people who


used this hashtag
or who are part of
the movement
often do it with no
bad intentions

5.
Kelly Riddell

*Popular
Op-ed piece in
Washington
Times

If you support
either the BLM
movement or
the Blue Lives
Matter one, you
cant support
the other

6.
Nicole Russell

*popular Op-ed
piece from the
federalist

The Violence
caused by the
BLM
movement
undermines
their credibility

7.
Bijan Stephen

*popular
Article from
wired

The use of
social media
can spread the
word quickly
about social
movements like
BLM

The Blue Lives


Matter movement
has passed some
legislation which
protestors could
be persecuted
The BLM
movement
activists say this
is a bad thing, the
author does not
Good intentions
by the BLM
movement, but
the violence must
stop
The use of social
media is good as
BLM activists can
make videos of
police brutality go
viral, shining a
spotlight on the
criminal justice
system
It can also be bad as a
lot of hate and racism
can also be spread
through social media

In order to be a
successful
movement to
change racial
issues, they must
not provoke
police or incite
violence

8.
Clare Foran

9.
Glenn Lowry

*popular

More action has to be


taken to create
change

Believing in
something is
not enough to
change the
status quo

Instead of only
hashtags, meetings
with important
people to change
things is effective
(Bernie Sanders,
Hillary Clinton)

*popular
Brown Daily
Herald

10.
Lewis R. Katz

*Scholarly

11.
Floyd D.
Weatherspoon

*Scholarly

The economic
and socioeconomic
status of
African
Americans is
quickly
deteriorating

African-American
males are
disproportionately
represented in
every aspect of
the criminal justice
system, further
harming their
economic,
political, and
social status

The BLM
should not
only focus on
police on
black people
violence.
There are
further issues.

We have to look at
black on black
violence as well

Racial
profiling
should not be
a factor when
conducting
traffic stops or
other such
matters

There is clear
evidence of racial
profiling from police
when conducting
traffic stops

We have to fix the


social justice system
to get anywhere

12.

*Scholarly

The black lives


matter movement
is good, has the
potential to really
help the situation
of African
Americans in this
country

KeeangaYamahtta Taylor

13.
Ronnie A. Dunn

*Scholarly

Racial profiling
by the criminal
justice system
definitively
exists and is
impacting the
lives of many
African
Americans.

Every citizen
should have the
freedom of
mobility, race
should not play a
part in stripping
citizens this value

There is structural
problems with the
way the judicial
system works in
today. Mass
incarceration and
black unemployment

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Katz, L. R. (2016). WHREN AT TWENTY: SYSTEMIC RACIAL BIAS AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. Case
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Riddell, Kelly. "Black Lives Matter and Blue Lives Matter at Odds." Washington Times. The Washington
Times, 29 July 2016. Web. 04 Oct. 2016. <http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jul/29/blacklives-matter-and-blue-lives-matter-at-odds/>.
Robertson, Ray V., and Cassandra Chasey. "Armed and Dangerous? An Examination of Fatal Shootings of
Unarmed Black People by Police." The Journal of Pan African Studies 8.4 (2015): n. pag. Web.
Spollen, A.C. "Another Police Officer Murdered. Is It Time To Classify Black Lives Matter As A Hate Group?"
Independent Journal Review. Independent Journal Review, 01 Sept. 2015. Web. 04 Oct. 2016.
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Taylor, K.-Y. (2016). From #BlackLivesMatter to Black liberation.Chicago, Illinois: Haymarket Books.
Victor, Daniel. "Why All Lives Matter Is Such a Perilous Phrase." The New York Times. The New York Times,
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