“We have to monopolize the polls in November and VOTE,” said the puerto rican to remember George Floyd
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In the midst of one of the days most complex of the memory by protests and looting around the country, Jennifer Lopez sent on Sunday a message to his followers.
After agitate for justice after the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer, the “Queen of the Bronx,” he recalled the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, champion of the struggle for civil rights.
“I have a dream that my four little children to live one day in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by their character” MLK.
“My beautiful friends… this is matter of humanity!!!! Of goodness and kindness and basic decency!!! My heart is broken. So many people are suffering right now,” said the new yorker.
“How can someone say he loves his country and doesn’t do anything when he sees that the lives of others are cut by the color of their skin?”added.
“We need to eliminate the fear and hatred that exists. Do not eliminate the people. We are all children of God. We need to love and appreciate the good things in each person. We are more who live a life of acceptance to those who live with rage. Don’t let that anger and hatred win!!!!! Say something, do something. We have bridges, not burned“.
“We have lost our way these days, but we can reencontrarlo. We can talk and talk about love. In every opportunity that we have, we have to monopolize the polls in November and VOTE… we need a change!!!! Something has to change!!! #JusticeForGerogeFloyd #GeorgeFloyd #BreonnaTaylor #AhmaudArbery #TooManyOthers”, he concluded.