Darnell Moore

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Darnell Moore


Darnell Moore is a leading Black Lives Matter activist.

Michael L. Johnson forum

Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015 One Struggle KC organized a forum;

October 10, 2015 marks the two-year anniversary of Michael L. Johnson’s arrest. Since that time, 23-year old Michael has faced stigmatizing media coverage, a grueling trial, and was sentenced to a horrific 30 1/2 years in prison under HIV criminalization laws in Missouri.
The prosecution and incarceration of Michael Johnson highlighted many of the ways in which policing, racist criminal justice practices and homophobia intersect – and led to a beautiful statement of love and support from 116 Black gay men, as well as several strategic discussions about advancing solidarity frames between the HIV decriminalization movement and ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter‬ at the historic first-ever Movement for Black Lives (‪#‎M4BL‬) National Convening that occurred in Cleveland, Ohio on July 22-24.

Panelists included:

Moderated by Maxx Boykin, Community Organizer, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, BYP100 and HIV. [1]·

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