Posted March 10, 2020 By Molly Brennan “The truth is that Black Lives Matter has become a white identity, a political movement, and a political party,” writes Michael Brown in his new book, Black Lives Matters: A Manifesto for Black America.
“Black lives matter, and they matter because they matter.”
Michael Brown is an American activist and activist-in-residence at New York University.
He is a writer, producer, and director of documentaries, a documentary filmmaker, and an editor for The Intercept.
His new book, Black Lives Matters, is out now from Bibros Press.
Michael Brown has written for Vice, NYT, The Atlantic, Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, Vanity Fair, New Republic, NPR, Wired, Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, CNN, Washington Post, and Washington Times.
Michael Brown is a Black actor, activist, and educator. He’s also the author of The Black Activism Project, Laws of Blackness, and the Black Activist Guidebook.
Michael Brown has also contributed to Vice and The Huffington Post.
Michael is the host of “In The Moment” a podcast where he talks with ordinary Americans.
Michael was named the New York Times Person of the Year in 2015.
Michael also co-hosts the “Black Lives” podcast with Tanya Robinson.
For information and interviews about Michael Brown, please visit MichaelBrownBooks.com.