Churches across America are having their Black Lives Matter banners defaced

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A New Jersey church is the latest in a line of religious institutions vandalized for putting up a banner supporting Black Lives Matter, according to


Vandals stole two banners proclaiming "Black Lives Matter" from the Unitarian Universal Church in Cherry Hill while also smashing a wooden frame and two outdoor lights.

Church administrator Christie McLean told this was the second time this month they've had Black Lives Matter banners stolen from the church, costing about $100 each.


Churches across the country that have elected to take a stand with the racial justice movement seem to be having trouble keeping their Black Lives Matter banners up without them being defaced in some way. Other incidents include:

It's hard to explain to someone the problems with the "All Lives Matter" argument when they show up in the middle of the night with a can of spray paint.

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