Every Celebrity Participating in Protests Over George Floyd’s Death

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Many stars aren’t relaxing in silence any longer.

In the last couple of days, stars took part in across the country demonstrations to stand in uniformity with the Black neighborhood.

The demonstrations throughout the United States were not just in action to George Floyd‘s death however likewise Breonna Taylor‘s death, Tony McDade‘s death, Ahmaud Arbery‘s death therefore lots of others in current months.

Among the stars opposing previously in the week and over the weekend consist of Ariana Grande, Jamie Foxx, Halsey, Michael B. JordanTimothée Chalamet, Kendrick SampsonKehlani and numerous others.

On Friday, Foxx participated in the Minneapolis interview and spoke with the crowd about Floyd’s death—which took place after a Minneapolis policeman pinned him down and kneeled on his neck, while 3 other officers waited and not did anything.

In video footage recorded by spectators, Floyd informed the officers that he could not breathe, and minutes later on he died.

“I think that what you saw on television, to watch this man plead for his life,” Foxx stated on Friday. “As I sit with my two daughters, my nephews .. what it does is, it over-complicates everything as a Black man trying to tell his son or his daughter how to function in life. Even the things that we’ve taught them don’t seem to work.”

Orange Is the New Black star Matt McGorry shared video of Los Angeles demonstrations on Instagram. “White people. It’s time to show up, to get uncomfortable, to put our bodies and our resources on the line,” he composed.

Later he exposed on Twitter that he and Insecure star Kendrick Sampson had actually been contended by police officers. “LAPD shot me with a projectile when nobody was doing anything other than just standing there,” Matt discussed on Twitter. “They did way worse to the POC and especially Black folx there.”

However, not all stars experienced the exact same thing. Grande kept in mind, “hours and miles of peaceful protesting yesterday that got little to no coverage.”

The stars pointed out above weren’t just ones participating in the across the country demonstrations in the last couple of days. View our list listed below to see who took part.

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Anthony Anderson

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Camila Mendes, Madelaine Petsch

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Ben Affleck, Ana de Armas

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Ellen Pompeo, protest

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Jonah Hill, protest

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Henry Golding, Liv Lo, protest

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John Boyega, protest

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Amanda Stanton, Instagram

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Jaime King, Protesting

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Madison Beer

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Jamie Foxx, Protest

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Kendrick Sampson, Protest

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Halsey

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Machine Gun Kelly, Protest

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Emily Ratajkowski, Sebastian Bear-McClard, Protest

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Ariana Grande, Instagram

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Darren Criss, Mia Swier, Protest

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Logan Paul , Protest

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Kristen Stewart, Protest

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Paris Jackson

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Darren Criss

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Tinashe, Protest

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Matt McGorry, Protest

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Madison Beer, George Floyd Protest, Tear Gas

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Tessa Thompson, WTF Widget

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Porsha Williams, Protest

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Rachel Lindsay, Instagram, Protest

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John Cusack

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Lil Yachty, Protest

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J Cole, Protest

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Kehlani

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Cole Sprouse, 2019 E! People's Choice Awards, Red Carpet Fashion

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Nick Cannon, Protest

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Paris Jackson, Protest

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Michael B. Jordan

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Timothée Chalamet, 2020 Oscars, Academy Awards, Red Carpet Fashions

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“E! stands in solidarity with the Black community against systemic racism and oppression experienced every day in America,” the network stated in a declaration on May 31. “We owe it to our Black staff, talent, production partners and viewers to demand change and accountability. To be silent is to be complicit. #BlackLivesMatter.”

(This story was initially released on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 3: 15 p.m. PST)



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