Black Lives Matter protestors segregate media by race at Democratic convention

Black Lives Matter Movement, Explained
Black Lives Matter Movement, Explained

Black Lives Matter protestors have been a presence at both the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, but the group raised eyebrows on Tuesday as a video captured at one of their demonstrations appears to show the group splitting up white and black members of the press.

The group, which gathered for a march, began ordering only black people and media members to the front and white people to the back. They were protesting recent police shootings, involving African-Americans, according to FOX News.

"White media get to the back! Black media come to the front!" a woman with a megaphone can be heard yelling in a video posted to Twitter.

"Excuse me, sir!" she yelled, allegedly aimed at a white member of the media who was standing toward the front. "Somebody needs to tell this person to get to the back. Go! Somebody needs to tell these folks to get to the back!

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The large crowd gathered for a march entitled "Black DNC Resistance March Against Police Terrorism & State Repression." The event started around 2 p.m. near Temple University.

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