Television channels, famous, and sexy models unite against racism
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Today, several celebrities from the world of music, film and television have joined the #BlackOutTuesday. Television stations hispanic have also shared the famous image in black as a symbol of protest against racism and police brutality in the country.
The “Black Out Tuesday” is an initiative of the organization “The Show Must Be Paused” (“The show must stop”), that seeks to highlight the influence of black in the music industry, “which for years has exploited and benefited from the african culture”, as reported by EFE.
This movement has united to great singers such as Shakira, Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lopez, among others.
According to a joint communication, Def Jam Recordings, Island Records, Warner Music Group, Capitol Records, Sony Music, Universal Music, Interscope and its subsidiaries latino suspended on Tuesday its operations after the wave of indignation that has caused the death of the african-american George Floyd at the hands of white police officers.
Between the television stations hispanic both Telemundo as Univision have attached their logos to the fight against racism.
Faces of hispanic television in the world of driving will also have raised your voice, they can see Rafael Araneda, host of Enamorándonos; Adamari Lopez, host of A New Day, and Karla Martinez, host of the morning show Despierta America.
The protagonists of the soap operas they have also shared the #BlackOutTuesday in their official profiles, among them are Marjorie de Sousa, Thalia, Aracely Arámbula and Aaron Diaz, among others.
Programs such as The Fat and the Skinny, Sole Soup, Salt and Pepper and First Impact have not been indifferent to this struggle against racism.
Hollywood has not been quiet, celebrities like Dwayne Johnson, Salma Hayek, Ryan Reynolds, and Sylvester Stallone have joined this movement.
Other stars like Aimee Nuviola, Amaury Nolasco, Ricky Martin, Kany García, Luis Fonsi, Carla Morrison, Natti Natasha, Sofia Reyes, in fact, Cinnamon, Maffio, Kat de Luna, Jackie Cross, Rauw Alejandro, Pepe Aguilar and Pedro Bonnet also used their social networks to condemn racism in general, according to explained to EFE.
The sensual models Demi Rose, Alexa Dellanos and Joselyn Cano have also joined this awareness campaign where we fight for equality and respect for all without hindrance of race, sex, religion or sexual preferences.