The following infographic shows who killed Blacks in 2019 using FBI homicide and Washington Post police shooting data. While it clearly shows that a tiny fraction (about 0.5%) of Blacks killed were killed by police while being unarmed, the narrative promoted heavily in media, by BLM, and by sport celebrities from Colin Kaepernick to LeBron James is that black men live in daily fear that they will be shot by police for no reason. The truth is that an unarmed black person had a 1 in 3.1 million chance of being killed by police in 2019.
If anyone was living in constant fear of something that has a yearly probability of happening on par with the chance of dying on a single commercial flight, they would seek professional psychological help. In these situations, a psychologist would often use a process called Cognitive Behavior Therapy to help the person break free from their delusion by changing the way they think or respond to stimulus - in this case, seeing heavily promoted videos of black men being shot by police. A psychologist would highlight the facts that in almost every case, the person shot was armed and/or resisting arrest, that over 90% of Blacks are killed by other Blacks, and the media doesn't promote videos of the overwhelming majority of cases where police are not involved or the person shot was violent or not following police orders. They would also help the person realize that promoted videos are chosen to collaborate other narratives that society at large is unfair and that they have no personal control of a situation... when in fact, they can greatly reduce their chances of not being killed by police by not being armed, not doing something that would result in police being called, and by following orders of the police.
When someone is in a state of delusion of persecution, either to themselves or for someone else, they are easily triggered and manipulated by each confirming stimulus. The longer that these stimuli go on unchecked, the harder it is for them to let go of a delusion as their emotional state creates a "personal reality" that feels more real than the base or external reality. The person often called this "lived experiences" and claims, justifiably, that it is impossible for others to experience it. When confronted with counter evidence, the delusional person's mental defense mechanisms kick in and they often become angry and characterizes the evidence as lies and those who claim it as truth as liars. Unfortunately, with the collapse of traditional journalism and the growth of click-bait headlines, it has become so much easier for people to discount counter-evidence as "fake news".
The result of this process is that a growing number of people live in a pseudo "reality bubble" that becomes more impenetrable as more people become trapped inside it. This is because as more people join the "reality bubble", it becomes a self-reinforcing system as each member validates other members' sense of reality. Members then are incentivised to enforce narrative purity as any heretic who succumbs to counter-evidence is a threat to the group. Armed with a sense of being "right", members go on offensive and force "non-believers" to either convert to their way of thinking, often by a baptismal show of public, confirmation-bias producing support for groups like Black Lives Matter, or be declared apostates - in this case, "racists". Faced by the threat of being "canceled" if declared a racist, individuals, corporations, and social media platforms then are pressured to assist in enforcing the narrative that like "black men should live in fear of being shot by racist police for no reason"... which is just one plank of "Black Lives Matter" movement which, in turn, is just one plank of the "Social Justice" or progressive movement.
Just as it's unkind to convince a young child that a scary boogyman lives under their bed, it's unkind to unjustifiably convince people that they live in constant threat of danger. If you know someone who may benefit from seeing this article and infographic, please consider sending it to them. While it may not be enough to collapse their entire "reality bubble", giving them an opportunity to compare what the media tells them about the police with what the statistics show may be a start.