When They Call You a Terrorist

by

Patrisse Khan-Cullors and asha bandele

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Darnell is an activist and professor who helped Patrisse, Alicia, and Opal plan the Freedom Ride to Ferguson in the wake of Michael Brown’s death. As part of a discussion on patriarchy in the movement, he acknowledged that although he is a gay Black man, he still has more privilege than Black women. He is a skilled communicator and, after the Freedom Ride, helped to build out the Black Lives Matter network.
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Darnell Moore Character Timeline in When They Call You a Terrorist

The timeline below shows where the character Darnell Moore appears in When They Call You a Terrorist. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 14: #SayHerName
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Patrisse, Opal, Alicia, and Darnell Moore (a professor who will help build out the BLM network) decide they have to... (full context)
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Patrisse, Darnell, and friends fly to St. Louis a week early and then drive to Ferguson, which... (full context)
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Patrisse, Darnell, and others meet up with organizers at Harris Stowe University (the local HBCU), and the... (full context)
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...the first time—they are happy but also somber because they know there’s work to do. Darnell and Patrisse welcome everyone and review the safety guidelines. The next day, they are in... (full context)
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...Darren Wilson. Their final day there, they host a discussion on patriarchy in the movement. Darnell describes how he knows, even as a gay man, that he is prioritized. Meanwhile, Mark... (full context)