“The fact that black people are too frequently seen as a threat, just by virtue of being black, is the biggest hurdle to overcome” – Todd Belcore on Black Lives Matter movement

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FILE - In a Monday, Dec. 1, 2014 file photo, Tomiko Shine holds up a picture of Tamir Rice during a protest in Washington, D.C. A gazebo where Rice, a 12-year-old black boy with a pellet gun was fatally shot by a white Cleveland police officer, is expected to be dismantled beginning this week and shipped to a Chicago museum for display. The gazebo became a makeshift memorial to Rice, whose 2014 death sparked Black Lives Matter protests. An attorney says Tamir's mother wanted the gazebo to become a symbol for what happened to him. Ex-city councilman Jay Westbrook said Monday, Sept. 12, 2016, he's been coordinating the deconstruction with officials at Chicago's Stony Island Arts Bank. He says a museum official will supervise the deconstruction, scheduled to begin Wednesday. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)

Patti talks to Todd Belcore about the recent protesting and the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement after two more tragic shootings.