Black Lives Matter Test
How much do you agree with Black Lives Matter?
Black Lives Matter is an activist movement dedicated to protesting against police brutality. Due to the decentralized nature of the movement, perceptions of the organization differ widely, with some calling Black Lives Matter a timely response to racism and others characterizing it as a radical neo-Marxist movement.
This Black Lives Matter test will determine how much you agree with the aims of the movement, using Black Lives Matter’s own stated beliefs and demands. To take the test, indicate your level of agreement with each of the following statements below.
Question 1 of 20
All drug-related offenses should be decriminalized.
The IDRlabs Black Lives Matter Test (IDR-BLMT) was developed by IDRlabs International. The items in the IDR- BLMT were extracted from texts and declarations issued or signed by Black Lives Matter. The IDR-BLMT is not associated with Black Lives Matter or any of its local chapters.
The IDRlabs Black Lives Matter Test was informed by the issued and signed statements of the Black Lives Matter organization to create this free, objective online test. The references for this online test can principally be listed to be: Black Lives Matter (2020): What We Believe. Blacklivesmatter.com. CBS News & Associated Press: Black Lives Matter group releases agenda ahead of presidential election. CBSnews.com. Phillips, Alexandra (2020): Make no mistake – BLM is a radical neo-Marxist political movement. The Telegraph. Johnson, E.M. (2016): Slavery reparations sought in first Black Lives Matter agenda. Reuters.com. The Movement for Black Lives (co-signed by Black Lives Matter) (2016): A Vision for Black Lives. M4bl.org. IDRlabs International and the present IDRlabs Black Lives Matter quiz are independent from the authors of all of these sources and not affiliated with any of them.
The current test was created by professionals certified in the delivery and scoring of numerous psychological inventories, who have worked professionally with politics, social psychology, political psychology, and personality testing. Free online tests such as the IDR-BLMT are intended solely as educational first looks at the particular construct being measured, in this case the respondent’s level of agreement with the Black Lives Matter movement. They should, therefore, not be supposed to deliver a conclusive answer regarding the aspects of an individual’s political standpoint, overall perception, or psychological state.
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