Yes, "Black Lives Matter' protests should be allowed to block interstates. This may be one of the only ways to get the message out about such an important topic. Otherwise the message can be ignored by the masses. especially by people of other races. Blacks should fight for equal rights.
They should not block off the interstates trying to turn America into a civilization with no technology like africa by blocking off all the roads in America with their black bodies. White lives matter. People need the roads to supply everyone in America with food and supplies, they should not be blocked off or people will starve like in Africa where they don't even know how to grow their own food.
"Peaceful protest" does not mean you have the right to be a human blockade. In fact, it's actually a violation of local, state, and federal laws to intentionally block the free flow of traffic. Moving yourself directly in someone else's path is not peaceful, in fact it is a very direct form of aggression.
No, Black Lives Matter protesters should not be allowed to block interstates. Interstates need to be free so that emergency vehicles can quickly respond to fires, accidents and other emergency situations. Ambulances need to be able to take people to the hospital. These people have rights just like the protesters do.
Black lives matter protesters should not be allowed to block interstates and to the extent any do they should be arrested and thrown in jail. While the right to free speech certainly exist, it is not without limits I'm time place and manner. Time for these protesters to abide by the law.
The important protest group Black Lives Matter made headlines again when it was revealed that they had blocked major interstate highways during a recent demonstration. It's all well and good for them to voice their opinions, especially in such a volatile political era, but they should be able to do so within restrictions. If their protests are interrupting the lives of others through the blocking of highways, then their protests will cause more anger than hope.