Coronavirus Beyonc and Alicia Keys alerted about the cases of mortality in african americans
Lady Gaga, Stevie Wonder, Lizzo, Shawn Mendes and others interpreted classical filled with messages of hope and change during a television special directed to the fight against the coronavirus, while Beyonc and Alicia Keys they spoke strongly about how the virus has affected disproportionately the americans of black race.
Beyonc appeared of surprise in the program of the Saturday “One World: Together At Home” and he said: “Black americans belong disproportionately to these essential sectors of the workforce you don’t have the luxury of working from home. And african-american communities in general have been severely affected by this crisis. Those with pre-existing conditions are an under-ms risk. The virus est killing black people at a rate that’s really alarming here in the united States”
An analysis of The Associated Press, based on data up to the Thursday, hall of the ms of 21.500 sufferers whose information demogrfica was known and disclosed by officials, ms 6.350 were black, or almost 30%. African-americans represent the 14.2% of the 241 million people who live in areas covered by the analysis. Ms 33,000 deaths had been registered in the united States until Thursday.
Alicia Keys present similar data, when I spoke during the special. Finish your message by saying: “Hold high your frequency and sending all my love”.
Lady Gaga, who cur-the event is studded with stars, inaugur encouraging those who are battling the pandemic, to get the way of sonrer despite the pain: “I’m concerned about the workers, the doctors who are risking their lives for us.”
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, sitting together, they performed a unique adaptation of “What a Wonderful World”. to lift the espritus in this isolation.
Among other participants in the program “One World: Together At Home”, were Billie Eilish and his brother and producer Finneas, Elton John, Jennifer Lpez, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Kacey Musgraves, Maluma and Keith Urban. Lady Gaga, Legend, Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli and Lang Lang closed the special with an interpretation of “The Prayer”.