Since George Floyd's death Black Lives Matter has spread around the world, but it started in 2013.
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One of four Black Lives Matter activists who blocked tram tracks in Nottingham four years ago as part of a national day of action has said she has never regretted what she did.
Lisa Robinson, a director of a Nottingham-based Bright Ideas and trustee of BLM UK, was found guilty of wilful obstruction of a highway following a trial at Nottingham Magistrates' Court in 2016.Copyright: PA Media
She told BBC Radio Nottingham's Jodi Law: "One of the aims of the action was to get the issues facing the black community in the UK in the public spotlight.
"Somebody had to do it and I was one of them.
"It was a very controversial thing to do and I know that people were divided... but there were a lot of supporters.
"I have no regrets about the action, I would do it again."
Ms Robinson said following George Floyd's death in police custody in the US, which sparked protests all over the world, about £1.2m has been raised for the Black Lives Matter movement in the UK.Copyright: BBC
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