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Using "urban intervention tactics to remind the public of the battle we are still fighting,” activists with the Never 21 collective infiltrated Manhattan's posh 21 Club to offer rich white diners a "menu" listing not entrées but the names of black kids senselessly killed by police. They also hung signs around the necks of the restaurant's iconic lawn jockeys spelling out their message - Black Lives Matter.