Demi Lovato posted in solidarity with BlackLivesMatter, and called on fellow white people to do more: 'Do not let your discomfort surrounding social issues prevent you from speaking up for those in danger'
'I hate my white privilege,' she wrote, 'but I will use it to change things'
on Twitter."She was an EMT on the frontlines during corona. Around midnight on March 13th police broke down her door and shot her 8 times, no evidence of a crime was uncovered." Her Instagram post has more context about Taylor from the original post which Lovato shared, including that Taylor's favorite colors were blue and purple and that she loved the music of
Kevin Gates.For her birthday, the call to action suggests writing to the governor of Kentucky on Breonna's behalf."The most underserved demographic in America is black women, we cannot allow them to forget Breonna," the message reads.Lovato also posted a longer message via a series of slides that addressed the
upgrading of the chargeagainst Derek Chauvin, the officer who knelt on Floyd's neck until he was dead, from third degree murder to second degree murder and the charging of the three other officers on the scene with aiding and abetting second degree murder."White people: PLEASE HELP FIGHT THIS GOOD FIGHT. The Black community NEEDS YOU!!!!"
https://twitter.com/ddlovato/status/1268265484874649602She also addressed Black followers, fans, family, co-workers, and others in her life, as well as those reading the message."I hate my white privilege," she wrote."It feels gross.. like having blood money or something. But I will use it to change things in whatever way I can."
USA TODAY @USATODAYAttorneys for the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery hold a press briefing. I cant hear a thing🤔 Mute.....someone left it on. Nary a peep, unless you read lips. He held a 4 year old at gunpoint hes no saint
How viral Instagram tributes to George Floyd use art to spread a movementDigital-art memorials to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and other black victims of white violence are rallying cries for social justice. Shut up
More Than 1.5 Million People Have Signed a Petition Demanding Justice for Breonna TaylorA petition has circulated demanding justice for Breonna Taylor, a Kentucky woman fatally shot by police in March.
How to Protest Safely During a PandemicIf you plan to join a protest for the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, here’s everything you need to know. Perhaps when Robert DeNiro’s crib in TriBeCa goes down in value from $30,000,000.00 to $3M and he has to close down Nobu, he and his friends like Baldwin will organize and get rid of Schumer and Cuomo and de Blasio in the next elections ! The first EVER international ban on a screenplay “VEXSHAYSHUN “ by Juliano Angeliano... just in case Dickwolf needs another writer.. G. Floyd 5/25 Man I can't breathe Today I'm going to die Help me somebody, please I don't want to die All this for twenty dollars A man, a father, a brother, a human life cut short The homicide of George Floyd Military deployed President photo op Using the Holy Bible as prop
Social media, music world go dark for #BlackOutTuesdayInstagram and Twitter accounts, from top record label to everyday people, were full of black squares posted in response to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor.
How to Support the Struggle Against Police BrutalityOrganizations to donate to, and other actions to take to help demand justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other victims of police violence. To prépare them to the world of 2050 which will be totally different for the poor western countries which will be challenged by the modern n rich Far East ? Go home after the curfew is in place. If you’re still out in the streets after curfew, you are up to no good. You’re a rioter & anarchist that deserves to be on the receiving end of the full force of the law. All the lives lost are tragic, but this murder is particularly horrific. I hope her family gets justice.