Published: Fri, February 09, 2018
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Black Lives Matter activist fatally shot in New Orleans

Black Lives Matter activist fatally shot in New Orleans

The investigation into his death is still underway, and his death has been ruled as a homicide.

He was a fearless, kind man whose death is a big loss for Charleston and the Black Lives Matter movement, said DeRay Mckesson, a prominent figure in the movement.

According to The Hill, Moye was found on Wednesday with a gunshot wound to the thigh and was taken to hospital where he died. But Moye, who also went by the last name d'Baha, had spent years fighting for racial equality as an activist and protester.

"I can only say, at this time, that I'm keeping his family and community in prayer", Newsome said. That was the moment for me. "But we are going to find our way".

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A GoFundMe page was set up to raise money to get Moya's body back to Charleston. As of Wednesday morning, the family's GoFundMe page had raised more than $14,600, well above an original goal of $7,500.

Charleston journalist Shani Raine Gilchrist said that, although she'd only met Moye on a handful of occasions, he was not forgettable.

"He was loved by all of his friends and respected by all those who want to see social and racial justice in Charleston".

Sarah wrote: "You represented the very best of America".

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"He will always have my respect", another donor added. "I'm embarrassed that flag was even there in the first place and can not fathom the courage it took to throw himself at it like he did".

The activist, Muhiyidin Moye, 32, is known for leaping across yellow police tape to snatch a Confederate battle flag from a demonstrator in Charleston, South Carolina, last year, an act that was captured on a live news broadcast.

Weaver has reached out to thank donors for helping her family at a hard time, writing: "I can say that our family is beyond appreciative for the outpouring of love and support we've received today". "[Moye] was a light and he will shine on forever".

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