Depends on who you ask. DeRay Mckesson seems to be heavily involved in the group put together this list:Originally Posted by John F. Kennedy
- Ending "broken windows" policing, which aggressively polices minor crimes in an attempt to stop larger ones
- using community oversight for misconduct rather than having police decide what consequences officers face
- making standards for reporting police use of deadly force
- independently investigating and prosecuting police misconduct
- having the racial makeup of police departments reflect the communities they serve
- requiring officers to wear body cameras
- providing more training for police officers
- ending for-profit policing practices
- ending the police use of military equipment
- implementing police union contracts that hold officers accountable for misconduct
Which overall does not look unreasonable.
Then you have the "official" website here which is heavily into the gay/trans thing surprisingly.
Wikipedia summarizes the group, "that campaigns against violence and systemic racism toward black people. BLM regularly organizes protests around the deaths of black people in killings by law enforcement officers, and broader issues of racial profiling, police brutality, and racial inequality in the United States criminal justice system."
The Wikipedia description seems to be the best succinct summary IMO. Since there is no "systemic racism toward black people", the protests around the deaths of black people are bogus and usually an excuse to riot, "racial inequity" is a catch all for "give me more free shit", the group pretty much is what Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson described as, “It’s a hate group, they’re no different than the skinheads or the KKK. They are people who have never been taught to love. From the beginning of their lives they were taught to hate, blame and become victims. If Black Lives Matter was a white radical group, doing exactly what these black people are doing, they would be shut down. America would not allow that to happen”