Actress Anne Hathaway known as out white privilege in an Instagram submit on Thursday in reminiscence of the girl killed in an unprovoked stabbing at an Oakland prepare station on Sunday night time.
Hathaway, 35, posted an image of Nia Wilson, 18, the girl who died after being stabbed to demise at a BART station platform. Wilson’s sister was additionally wounded within the assault. John Cowell, 27, was arrested in reference to the incident on Monday following a manhunt.
“The homicide of Nia Wilson- might she relaxation within the energy and peace she was denied here- is unspeakable AND MUST NOT be met with silence,” the Academy Award-winning actress wrote. “She is just not a hash tag; she was a black girl and he or she was murdered in chilly blood by a white man.”
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The “Ocean’s eight” star continued by calling out white privilege.
“White individuals – together with me, together with you – should take into the marrow of our privileged bones the reality that ALL black individuals worry for his or her lives DAILY in America and have finished so for GENERATIONS. White individuals DO NOT have equivalence for this worry of violence,” she continued.
Hathaway then known as on others to “ask our [white] selves – how ‘respectable’ are we actually?”
“Not in our intent, however in our actions? In our lack of motion? Peace and prayers and JUSTICE for Nia and the Wilson household xx,” she concluded.
Hathaway famous that the feedback part could be closed for the submit.
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Hathaway is just not the one movie star to spotlight Wilson’s demise. “Large Little Lies” actress Reese Witherspoon tweeted her “coronary heart is damaged for Nia Wilson’s household and pals.”
“Say her title,” the Oscar-winner wrote.
“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross tweeted, “NIA WILSON/SAY HER NAME. Our our bodies and our humanity deserve security and pleasure.”