Be aware that if you're one of the morons tweeting or retweeting or yelling "black lives matter" you're a black racist or a white idiot blindly parroting things other people say because you think it makes you look smart or tolerant.
It should be painfully obvious to anyone that dumb hashtag black lives matter doesn't mean "black lives matter as much as any other" it means "black lives and black opinions matter more than white lives, police procedure, government inquiries, evidence, facts, or common sense."
Maybe the people who started that trend were well intentioned or maybe it always was just a camouflage for black racism, the black equivalent of white people saying "but some of my best friends are black." It's probably debatable. But in my opinion, what's not debatable, is it's come to mean the latter and the movement has clearly been hijacked by zealots and nutcases with no idea what they really want, in a similar way the occupy movement was.
Proof of that is how these dimwitted protesters keep attacking liberal politicians like bernie sanders and hillary clinton. While I'm no fan of hillary, one way i would never describe her is holding down black people. Probably the oppposite. Same with bernie. But did that matter to these moron protesters? No, they just thought "well, they're white and in power, so what's the difference?" The best example of that was when bill maher had some idiot rapper who's part of it named tweb kelis, or some other unintelligible name I've never heard before, and asked him why the protesters targeted bernie, and he spent a solid minute dancing around the real truth, name dropping martin kuther king, and providing no real answer. You could tell in his head he was thinking "Because they're white, and you're all the enemy."
If you're so desperate to throw your hat in the ring and comment on the situation, and make some kind of anti racism statement, how about something along the lines of #blackracismisstillracism
or something along those lines?