VIDEO: Students defend Black Lives Matter’s Marxist beliefs at campus march
- Campus Reform went to a BLM march at Texas A&M University to ask students about the group’s beliefs.
- Most students defended the BLM organization’s radical ties.
As Black Lives Matter protests have spread across the country in recent months, demonstrators have found support particularly on college campuses. Campus Reform recently visited a BLM campus protest at Texas A&M University to ask students about the group’s radical ties.
Most students were quick to defend the organization’s stated goal to “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure” and the fact that Patrisse Cullors, one of the group’s co-founders, is a self-proclaimed “trained Marxist.”
“I don’t agree to [the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure],” one student argued. “I feel like families can come in every shape and form.”
“The nuclear family insinuates a heteronormative family,” one protester said. “Then yeah, f**k that sh*t.”