These are the famous latinos who stand against racism with the tag #blackouttuesday


United in a single message, artists and celebrities from the entertainment industry have made their pronouncement through the tag #blackouttuesday, in rejection of the racism that has taken on a new life in the united States.

Jacqueline Bracamontes, Salma Hayek, Alessandra Rosaldo, Jaime Camil, Juanes, Aislinn Derbez, Alex Gonzalez, Christina Aguilera, and Ricky Martinwere some of the personalities from very early on this Tuesday, June 2, published in their social networks an image in black.

Also joined the protest virtual with other labels, the singer Danna Paola, Leo Leon, Noel Scharijs, Carmen Villalobos, Sebastian Yatra, Irina Baeva, Gabriel Soto, Belinda, among others.

The intent of the message is to make a call to to address the social rights of the african-american community that have been attacked once more with the recent murder of George Floyd.

In The united states, the situation is quite tense since last week, when the protests began before the disclosure of the video where a police pressed the neck of the man, 46-year-old who showed no signs of resistance and only implored that I could not breathe.

The death of Floyd has revived decades of discrimination and harassment of people of color, who have now taken to the streets to demand social rights.

Other artists who join the so-called #blackouttuesday

As well as Latin america joined to deplore the racism in the U.S., artists and foreigners own is also expressed in their social networks.

Justin Timberlake, Kylie Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, Emilia Clarke, Jennifer Aniston, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Watson, among others, they urged the authorities to take action against discrimination.

In fact, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes and Ariana Grande took seriously his protest and accompanied the young people in the different gears that have been organized in the country.

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