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Black Lives Matter Discriminatory Policy Gets Them Kicked Out Of Library

Kerry Picket Political Reporter

A Nashville Black Lives Matter group changed its meeting location from a local library because their gatherings violate the facility’s meeting policy.

North Branch Library of North Nashville spokeswoman Emily Waltenbaugh said in a statement that unless the group allows the general public and news media to attend their meetings — as required by law for the taxpayer-funded status — the library cannot provide meeting space for them.

“We have to be open to anyone anytime,” Waltenbaugh said in a statement to The Tennesean.

“All meetings at our facilities must be open to the general public and news media.”

The Black Lives Matter chapter organizer Joshua Crutchfield confirmed, however: “Only black people as well as non-black people of color are allowed to attend the gatherings.”

The Black Lives Matter meeting was transferred the meeting location to a local Methodist church and a posting on the BLM chapter’s Facebook page reads:

Black Lives Matter Nashville FaceBook Posting

Black Lives Matter Nashville FaceBook Posting