‘Black History Month’ is a thing of the past, but ‘Black Lives Matter’ still exists, by Brian K. Vaughan and Andrew Sperling

It’s been a month since Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.

And there’s still no official word on what exactly happened to the phrase “Black Lives matter,” and how Trump himself is feeling about it. 

However, on Wednesday, the pop culture icon who’s been responsible for bringing “Black History Week” to the nation, Brian K .

Vaughan and actor Andrew Splett, unveiled a new campaign that celebrates the Black Lives Matter movement.

The video for “Black Lies Matter,” which was filmed by Vaughan and Spleatt and stars the comedian John Oliver, features footage of Black Lives matter activists and the people of color that they’ve worked to promote the movement.

Watch it here: “Black Lives are not disposable.

They are lives.

Black Lives are stories.

And Black Lives deserve to be heard,” the duo writes.

“This is our story.”

Watch the video here.

The duo, who’ve also worked with the late rapper Tupac Shakur and the musician Prince, told MTV News that they’re also trying to build an organization called Black Lives Matters. 

“We want to put our own spin on it,” Vaughan said.

“I don’t want to just be the mouthpiece for it.

We want to make it more than just the mouthpieces for the movement.” 

The duo, along with actor and comedian John Boyega, also told MTV that the new video is a way for them to promote their own work as Black Lives, and also help to raise awareness about the movement among young people. 

The Black Lives Movement started in 2016 and now has more than 25 million supporters.

“Black lives matter.

Black lives matter, Black lives,” Vaughan told MTV.

“We’re all the same.”