Black Lives Matter Activist Starts Hunger Strike For Suicide Awareness

NBC News – A Georgia pastor is going on a hunger strike to raise awareness on the suicide epidemic and it’s connection to religion.

Jomo K. Johnson, pastor and co-founder of Black Lives Matter Savannah, began his hunger strike on June 6, the one year anniversary of the death of Kalief Browder, a teen who spent nearly three years in solitary confinement and later committed suicide.

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