After being shot in the leg Tuesday (Feb. 6), Black Lives Matter Activist, Muhiyidin Moye, died at a local New Orleans hospital.
The victim, a 32-year-old man known as Moya, was a BLM activist from Charleston, South Carolina.
It appeared that d'Baha received several shots in his thigh around 1:30 a.m. local time early Tuesday before he was rushed to a local hospital in New Orleans where he succumbed to his wounds. New Orleans Police Department officials told reporters "the incident is the subject of an active and ongoing investigation". The shooting is now being investigated and being ruled as a homicide.
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In February 2017, D'Baha made headlines when he leaped a police barricade in Charleston, South Carolina, and tried to take a protester's Confederate battle flag.
Bree Newsome, the woman who climbed a flagpole and unhooked the Confederate flag at the South Carolina State House in 2015, was giving a speech in downtown Charleston when d'Baha jumped into the crowd on live television.
Tributes mourning the loss of the community leader have also been pouring in across social media, with one friend writing on Facebook: "The last thing he said to me was that he was doing community work out of town and that he was learning so that he could come back to Charleston and help empower people". I can't believe Muhiyidin is gone. As of Wednesday morning, the family's GoFundMe page had raised more than $14,600, well above an original goal of $7,500. He was immensely gifted in so many ways. "I'll miss you, my brother, more than I can say in words." wrote Katherine Sherpa.
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"This was his passion, he did it from the heart", Kimberly Duncan, Moye's sister said, according to a WCSC-TV report.
Charleston journalist Shani Raine Gilchrist said that, although she'd only met Moye on a handful of occasions, he was not forgettable.
And although this tussle led to d'Baha being charged with disorderly conduct and malicious injury to real property, the image of him wrestling down the overt symbol of oppression became a metaphor for the current fight against injustice.
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