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Should Black Lives Matter protesters be allowed to protest on interstate highways?

  • Yes, this is the only way they can get attention.

    Black Lives Matter protesters are not getting the kind of attention that they deserve. By protesting on Interstate Highways and shutting down traffic they are proving that they are interested in nonviolent means of action. They are also helping to ensure that they are seen and heard, and that people pay attention.

  • No, Black Lives Matter protesters should not be allowed to protest on interstate highways.

    Black Lives Matter protesters should not be allowed to protest on interstate highways, nor should they be allowed to shut down any public streets or highways. Taxpayer money pays for public roads; which means that everyone has a right to use them. No group should be able to block traffic, and deny others from using a road.

  • Protests disrupt natural flow of traffic

    The Black Lives Matter movement has gained momentum - to the extent that several of their protests have ended up closing off interstate highway systems. This practice has to stop. Protests are a valuable part of the public discourse, but they should not interfere with natural human life - which extends to the use of highways.

  • This needs to stop.

    Black Lives Matter, or any other group, should absolutely NOT be allowed to protest on interstate highways. Blocking highways is a potentially deadly activity, so they wouldn't be doing this anyway if they really cared about lives. I saw where a father couldn't get his sick kid care because the highway was blocked by those seeking attention.


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