When someone says, "All lives matter," I'm immediately suspicious.
Because I think it's an avoidance thing ... an avoidance of the specific, the very specific, issue: Black Lives Matter, and every day, how our society makes it clear that Black Lives don't matter very much at all.
The avoidance of the specific, to blunt the sorrow and to sidestep responsibility.
Yes, all lives matter ... but without specificity, the slogan becomes just another meaningless, throwaway phrase ... like, "How are you today?" or, "Have a good day!"
In reality, if we want to get serious and go to work, then it's Black Lives Matter ... here is a need, a task, to keep our society busy for a long time to come.
Some would say, "The Devil's in the details."
I say, "God is in the details, and so is love and justice, if we make it so."