The singer Harry Styles he stole the hearts of their fans then that this Tuesday is spread in social networks a noble gesture. After the death of George Floyd by the police abuse of Derek Chauvin, the streets of the city of Minneapolis is set on fire with the fury of african american citizens. Tired from so much abuse, decided to take matters into his own hands to seek justice in the case of the citizen of 46 years.
From the 25th of may, date in which is recorded the incident, a flurry of celebrities and public figures raised his voice to ask the relents of racism both in this country as in the rest of the world. For this reason, the interpreter of “Adore you” also decided to join this movement but performing a remarkable collaboration: to pay the bail bond of the demonstrators arrested in the protests in honor of George Floyd.
“I do things every day without fear because I am privileged, and I am privileged every day because I am white. Not to be racist is not enough. We must be anti-racist, social change is enacted when a society is mobilized. I sympathize with all those who protest. I’m donating to help pay for the bail of the organizers arrested. Look inward, educate yourself and others. Listen, read, share, donate and vote”, such was the powerful message that you wrote Harry and which became a trend on Twitter.
Harry Styles solidarity
Other celebrities who have made this great contribution have been Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and Ben Schwartz. This fact generated a great shock in humanity for being so awful. Although many of the adherents to these protests underline that for years the racism invades a part of the world, this time they focus their messages to a request blunt: to ask the president Donald Trump that take cards in the matter; for the numbers of african-americans killed by police is increasing.
On the other hand, the british singer also gave his strong backing to the movement “Black Lives Matter.” This is an organization that is in charge of respecting the rights and duties of the afro-descendant population in north America. This institution was founded on the 13th of July in the year 2013 and now was reactivated in the streets as a result of the death of George Floyd. Rihanna, Beyoncé, Adele, Britney Spears and Demi Lovato joined in this cry.