The death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has managed to enflame americans in search of justice, and several artists have joined the protest from their social networks, as it has done Miley Cyrus.
Within A few days of the terrible fact that ahab with the life of Floyd, the actress he sent a powerful message through his Twitter account, in which he invited his followers to protest for justice:
“Call the Minnesota Governor at 651-201-3400 and the Attorney General to require #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd. Need to be responsible. We can not wait, each must do our part to make justice a reality for all.”
In the same way, the singer he could not fail to express the terrible feelings he had from that enter of what happenedand very aware that this takes years to occur, he made an important request to his fans:
“Like many of you, I am angry, outraged and heartbroken by the injustice in our country that has been going on for far too long, centuries, and generations. To my admirers, each one of us has a voice. I ask you to use it now.”
Miley it is one of a select group of artists who always raises his voice for those fighting for their rights, and with the arrival of pride month, and being part of the LGBT community, and also aprovech share a powerful message in your account of Instagram.
For this, the pop star used the photo of Marsha P. Johnson, an activist and a very famous community New York between 1960 and 1990, to announce the start of the pride month.
Thus, Cyrus I shared with his followers a thoughtful phrase of Johnson, through which it seeks to educate his audience to be every time ms tolerant of anyone who is different: “how many years will lead people to understand that we are all brothers, sisters and human beings?”.