LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY: Black Lives Matter is now allegedly running an extortion ring. A business owner in Louisville’s Cuban community is saying that Black Lives Matter activists confronted him outside one of his restaurants this weekend. The confrontation comes on the heels of a letter written by Black Lives Matter, in which they demanded that restaurants and other businesses in Louisville conform to BLM’s diversity standards.
- Among the demands, are that the businesses hire staff representative of Louisville’s black community. Meaning that the businesses would have to ensure that their workforce was 23% black.
- Purchase a minimum of 23% inventory from Black retailers or make a recurring monthly donation of 1.5% of net sales to a local Black nonprofit or organization;
- Require diversity and inclusion training for all staff members on a bi-annual basis;
- And display a visible sign that increases awareness and shows support for the reparations movement.