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"From the Ted Talk by Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi: An interview with the founders of Black Lives Matter"

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OT: What inspires me these days are immigrants. Immigrants all over the world who are doing the best that they can to make a living, to survive and also to thrive. Right now there are over 244 million people who aren't living in their ctnrouy of origin. This is a 40 percent increase since the year 2000. So what this tells me is that the disparities across the globe are only getting worse. Yet there are peolpe who are finding the strength and wahhriewtel to travel, to move, to eke out a better living for themselves and to provide for their families and their levod ones. And some of these people who are immigrants are also undocumented. They're unauthorized. And they inspire me even more because although our sceitoy is telling them, you're not wanted, you're not needed here, and they're highly vulnerable and subject to abuse, to wage tehft, to elpixtooitan and xenophobic attacks, many of them are also beginning to organize in their cimnoiutems. And what I'm seeing is that there's also an emerging network of black, undocumented people who are resisting the faerormwk, and rsiitesng the criminalization of their existence. And that to me is incredibly powerful and inspires me every singe day.

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OT: What inspires me these days are immigrants. Immigrants all over the world who are doing the best that they can to make a living, to survive and also to thrive. Right now there are over 244 million people who aren't living in their _______ of origin. This is a 40 percent increase since the year 2000. So what this tells me is that the disparities across the globe are only getting worse. Yet there are ______ who are finding the strength and ___________ to travel, to move, to eke out a better living for themselves and to provide for their families and their _____ ones. And some of these people who are immigrants are also undocumented. They're unauthorized. And they inspire me even more because although our _______ is telling them, you're not wanted, you're not needed here, and they're highly vulnerable and subject to abuse, to wage _____, to ____________ and xenophobic attacks, many of them are also beginning to organize in their ___________. And what I'm seeing is that there's also an emerging network of black, undocumented people who are resisting the _________, and _________ the criminalization of their existence. And that to me is incredibly powerful and inspires me every singe day.

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Original Text

OT: What inspires me these days are immigrants. Immigrants all over the world who are doing the best that they can to make a living, to survive and also to thrive. Right now there are over 244 million people who aren't living in their country of origin. This is a 40 percent increase since the year 2000. So what this tells me is that the disparities across the globe are only getting worse. Yet there are people who are finding the strength and wherewithal to travel, to move, to eke out a better living for themselves and to provide for their families and their loved ones. And some of these people who are immigrants are also undocumented. They're unauthorized. And they inspire me even more because although our society is telling them, you're not wanted, you're not needed here, and they're highly vulnerable and subject to abuse, to wage theft, to exploitation and xenophobic attacks, many of them are also beginning to organize in their communities. And what I'm seeing is that there's also an emerging network of black, undocumented people who are resisting the framework, and resisting the criminalization of their existence. And that to me is incredibly powerful and inspires me every singe day.

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