They aren't getting it because the narrative of injustice you are citing is wrong. This is coming from someone who does see a problem with our police, I sympathize with BLM, I certainly do not stand with them. It is NOT systemic racism in the police force, it is NOT murder. Are there racist cops sure, not many, still they should not be police. The problem with police lies in their training, especially after almost 50 years with the war on drugs. There is a problem with police if the our soldiers in hostile war zones have stricter rules of engagement than our police do with our citizens. These cops are not getting away with literal murder, most are carrying out their training, which is what our courts of law are finding. And in the AA population where around 30% of males wind up felons, that's where the overbearing hand of the training (proverbial rubber) is meeting the population it largely effects (the road). There is also a problem with groups like BLM lying about what is happening in these cases, take for instance hands up don't shoot in the micheal brown case, that never happened. What actually happened (that we know for a fact) is micheal brown punched the officer hard enough in the face to fracture his eye bone while he was sitting in his cruiser, then there was a struggle for the officers firearm in the cruiser, where brown was shot in the arm. Brown tried to flee as the officer got out, ordered him to stop, which brown (according to his friend who was present caught on video minutes after), charged the officer, the officer shot and struck him multiple time IN HIS FRONTSIDE, where he died. Which the friend of brown said "I thought the cop was missing BC Mike just kept coming." So the actual evidence very closely aligns to the cops testimony on what happened in the shooting. And those who claimed otherwise, it was found out that they weren't at the scene and did not actually witness it. So do you actually want change, or do you just want to be defiant?