In the united States and various parts of the world, protests continue by the wave of outrage unleashed after the death of George Floyd in the middle of a police arrest, so that several celebrities, such as Ariana Grande, have decided to contribute their grain of sand to pay the bail of the detainees.
Some who have joined the cause are Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Halsey and Harry Styles as a way to show your support to those who have decided to rebel against racism, reported the portal Yosoitú.
Others who replicated your idea are Chrissy Teigen and actors Seth Rogen, Mark Ruffalo, Steve Carell, Don Cheadle, among others, through the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
This was because Floyd was a citizen african-american she died in the midst of the brutality exercised by the police of Minneapolisa recurring theme in the country on this community.
During the arrest, the officer pressed his knee on the neck of the man, 46-year-old, causing death by suffocation while he pleaded to let him free because I could not breathe, according to the final forensic report, said the journal Brand.
In consequence, many artists of all kinds have been sent gestures of solidarity through social networks, in rejection to what happened, and demanding that the president, Donald Trump justice and mark a precedent in this regard.
In fact it has become viral with the tag #BlackLivesMatters, that is to say, the lives of persons of color importedto generate a movement to put an end to such situations and generate awareness.
“Not to be racist is not enough, we need to be anti-racist. Social change is promoted when a society is mobilized. I sympathize with all those who are protesting,” wrote Harry Styles, one of the many involved.
Also the cited half said that other celebrities have also taken an active part inside the demonstrations, as in the case of Paris Jacksonthe daughter of the late singer Michael Jackson, and the singer Halsey who even was hit by rubber bullets fired by security agents.