Black Lives Matter, BLM, started under the guise of a movement to bring awareness of the treatment of black people by the police. It quickly gained national attention with marches, protests, TV and news coverage and grew into an organization. An organization that became funded with millions and millions of dollars. What happened to BLM? You don't hear much about it. Did it do anything for black people in regard to relationships with the police? What happened to the money? Are there any examples of aiding the black community or making a difference with the funds?
Gene Bicknell shares his thoughts on all of it.
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From a humble start in Baxter Springs, Kansas to becoming a multi-millionaire and the largest Pizza Hut franchisee in the world, Gene Bicknell made his own path through life. His journey has allowed him to see many sides of life and given him decades of business and life experience providing a unique perspective on political and social events of today.