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What’s next for the White Lives Matter trademark?

We asked the owners.

Now that Ramses Ja and Q Ward own the White Lives Matter trademark, what do these long-time social justice supporters plan to do with the power that comes with ownership?The Emancipator

In acquiring the White Lives Matter trademark out from underneath Ye (the controversial rapper formerly known as Kanye West), Civic Cipher podcast hosts Ramses Ja and Quinton Ward adopted an organizing strategy that aims to beat right-wing conservatives at their own game. In this conversation with The Emancipator’s co-editor in chief, Deborah D. Douglas, they explain.