Black Lives Matter Activist Attorney Says “Abolish The Police”


The bitter hatred by Black Lives Matter activists toward police across the nation continues, with calls for police to be defunded, dismantled and abolished.

In an interview with California radio station KPPC, a California State University professor in Los Angeles said she is “not concerned about blue lives” and wants the entire police force to be dismantled and abolished.

Professor Nana Gyamfi has worked as an attorney for many Black Lives Matter protesters, and said in the interview that her ultimate goal is a world without police officers, and vowed that the Black Lives Matter movement will not be distracted or slowed down by what happened in Dallas.

“I see the police as part of the state and part of state sanctioned violence against our people, and so for me, I’m not concerned about blue lives, I’m concerned about black lives,” Gyamfi said, noting that she wasn’t speaking on behalf of the organization.

“In fact, I want the police to be abolished. I think we should be pushing the police out of our community. I think that we should be defunding the police. I think that we should be demilitarizing the police and finally dismantling the police,” she continued.

When asked how America would keep order in a society without police, Gyamfi said: “Well, I suggest we keep order by doing what we did before we had the influx of crack cocaine and other ills that caused us to call the police in. There was a time when black people didn’t call police into the community… We had our own means in the community.”

She claims that the police recruit people who are anti-black, and therefore, the black communities shouldn’t even be calling the police – they should police themselves.

Gyamfi was also interviewed on Los Angeles CBS News:


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