DeRay Mckesson's Advice On Revolution: 'Systems Break In Pieces'
DeRay Mckesson was on the ground during the infancy of Black Lives Matter. Two years later, he's fighting for major change piece by piece.By Jamal Andress | December 1, 2016
"The next part of the work is how do we make sure that the solutions get implemented at scale that actually leads to demonstrative changes in people's lives? That is what comes next," DeRay Mckesson said.
Black Lives Matter has grown from protests across the country coupled with a hashtag to a national movement. But Mckesson, an organizer and activist, says to make major shifts across the country, people need to push for subtle changes.