We went from the stunning photography of Adele to celebrate his birthday (yes, of that which appears unrecognizable thanks to her physical change), to the powerful message of the british singer against racism.
The singer has decided to break the silence of their social networks to raise the voice against the murder of George Floyd and support the protests that have been generated throughout the country.
“The murder of George Floyd has sent waves of shock throughout the world, there are many others that have not done so. Protests and marches are happening all over the world simultaneously and are only gaining momentum. So getting angry with righteousness, but stay focused! – Keep listening, keep asking and keep learning!”, I wrote the interpreter for Someone Like You to accompany a photograph of the african american died at the hands of a white police officer.
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The publication, as was expected, it was received by the followers applause, and in just a few hours has gotten over a million likes and 7,000 comments in support of the famous.
“It is important not to discourage us, nor manipulemos at this time. Is racism systematic, it’s about police violence and about inequality. And this is not only of the united States! Racism is alive everywhere. I wholeheartedly sympathize with the struggle for freedom, liberation, and justice”, concluded Adele. @mundiario