In late July Manette Sharick and her three-year-old daughter Zhuri drew 'Black Lives Matter' in chalk on the sidewalk outside their California home, only to have it erased by a white man.

'I just wanted to teach my daughter that Black lives matter, Black culture matters, Black communities matter, and that we are the movement for Black lives,' Sharick, who is Black, told CNN. 'I was shocked that someone could be purposefully doing this. It hurt a lot, it made me extremely upset.'

If a white person said this with white in place of black this very same woman would say he was a white supremacist

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