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BLM chapter president charged with hate crime after allegedly impeding access to Catholic school
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BLM chapter president charged with hate crime after allegedly impeding access to Catholic school

The Black Lives Matter YYC president in Calgary, Canada, was charged with a hate crime for allegedly impeding access to a Catholic school.

The activist, Adora Nwofor, has led several rallies over recent years including some over Roe v. Wade and George Floyd. She is also described as a stand-up comedian.

The National Post reported that court records showed Nwofor was charged with mischief on June 2, 2023, which stemmed from an incident on May 26, 2023, when she was allegedly “willfully obstructing and interfering” with the use of a property “primarily used for religious worship and educational purposes.”

The documents stated that the BLM leader allegedly interfered with people's use of a Catholic school named St. Thomas Aquinas, in Calgary, Alberta, “for reasons of bias, prejudice, or hate based on race or ethnic origin.”

According to the Counter Signal, Nwofor recently stated on her Twitter account that she will never stop being "bitter" about her "Black girl experience."

"I will never stop being bitter about my Black girl experience in Calgary... I don't see Black people and if I do they don't feel safe to do Blackness. Systemic oppression ain't stopped winning. I won't stop interrupting it!"

The account has also used the hashtag "#worshipme" over 50 times.

In 2021, Nwofor complained that many people did not want to be aligned with Black Lives Matter and stated the reason was that they "don't understand."

“There’s a lot more people that are upset with me. There’s a lot of doxing going on,” she said.

“We are finding that a lot people do not want to be aligned with specifically BLM — Black Lives Matter — and it’s because they don’t understand. But that’s harmful, so if you are doing that to [a movement] that is being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, what are you doing to everyday black people walking down the street?” she continued.

The activist also told reporters at the time that she had faced racism too many times to count and gave her definition of "white privilege."

“White privilege is knowing that you never have to think about being white. You never have to think, ‘Oh, I’m going to go this place and I’m not going to be OK because I’m white,'” she explained.

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Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados is a writer focusing on sports, culture, entertainment, gaming, and U.S. politics. The podcaster and former radio-broadcaster also served in the Canadian Armed Forces, which he confirms actually does exist.
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