Statistics don’t back Black Lives claims
Re Black Lives Matter To Receive Race Relations Award From The City, by Paul Nguyen (NOW, July 13).
Statistics in one Harvard study of Houston indicate that even though the African-American population is more likely to have interactions with police, Blacks are 23.8 per cent less likely [than whites] to be shot and killed by police. This makes me wonder what the agenda of the Black Lives Matter movement really is. Is this movement part of a dysfunctional generation that wants instant recognition?
The Black Lives Matter movement is statistically not justified.
Cynthia Souza From nowtoronto.com