Sorry for the slight divergence of topic @cunt_lyfe, but I'm certain you knew how some folks would come in and act smh
Anyway, I get and feel what you're saying.
While we do hear about cases pertaining to Black women being wrongfully killed by these crakkkas, it doesn't receive nearly as much attention as when a Black male is harmed or killed. Completely true. Do their cases deserve equal attention? Of course.
I agree that that is largely a media misstep and not one that should be attributed to Black people (at least not solely). I see Black women AND men rallying for our fallen sisters...even when their cases do not receive vast national attention. Should they all be receiving the same attentions and notoriety as the Martin, Brown, and Garner cases? Of course, because they are Black people and their stories shouldn't go unheard or untold. They deserve justice as well.
But I am okay with the Martins, Browns, and Garners (Black men) being the "face" of this movement. Their deaths have caused international unrest and dissent amongst the masses. In all honesty, nobody (Black male or female) should have to be the face of this movement because we shouldn't still be getting killed off like common livestock by these savage white beasts, but that's another topic.
We as Black people will never hear of each and every injustice or death surrounding a Black person(saddening)--but I'm glad the ones that the media did highlight have caused rightful rage, a realization that these whites ain't kosher, and massive action. Do Black women get largely left out, YES, you're right on that premise, but if we keep their names, spirit, and legacies alive then both genders will eventually receive the same reception as the male cases. For now, I am pleased with our efforts of showing that we, as a people, will not stand for white savage injustice. Black lives DO matter--female and male.
There's nothing more heart-warming than to see Black people outside at protests/die-ins in ridiculous temperatures holding hands, keeping one another warm, comforting each other, and collectively chanting that we're not going to forget or forgive this shit. That we demand justice and change. For Black women and men (and our LGBT folks, whether people agree with their lifestyle or not). Keep going to the protests, keep educating others, and keep these fallen person's spirits alive. Stay outspoken and stay heard. You are wonderful.