Feel free to write back after you’ve given these a thorough read:

There are active racial gerrymandering and voter disenfranchisement cases working their way through the courts in NC and AL. Here’s one: https://www.npr.org/2017/08/30/547065920/under-pressure-north-carolina-draws-new-voting-maps

Here’s a good report on sentencing disparity, which demonstrates one way in which what we consider illegal and how we punish crimes is discriminatory: https://www.aclu.org/other/cracks-system-20-years-unjust-federal-crack-cocaine-law

Here’s BLMs’ policy platform, which I posted upthread and which you haven’t referenced: https://policy.m4bl.org/platform/

So the stats you’re citing don’t really make the case you think they do.

Democracy is pretty cool. We should try it some time. Voting rights, science policy, political communication and grassroots activism.

Democracy is pretty cool. We should try it some time. Voting rights, science policy, political communication and grassroots activism.