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In the wake of another night of violent shootings in New York City, Mayor Eric Adams has expressed his disappointment with Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists for their apparent inaction, Your Content has learned.
Adams questioned why the group had not condemned the recent shootings and emphasized that the victims of these incidents were predominantly African American.
During the violent attacks, which left two individuals dead and 13 others wounded, at least 15 people were struck by bullets.
Among the victims was a 23-year-old woman who was hit by a stray round while sitting in her car in the Bronx.
Additionally, a separate attack claimed the life of a 22-year-old man, also in the Bronx.
Mayor Adams, in his critique of BLM, drew attention to the fact that the violence directly affected the black community.
His remarks aimed to highlight the need for collective action and condemnation from organizations advocating for racial justice, such as BLM, in response to the ongoing bloodshed.
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