Through its account of Instagram, the actress Kate del Castillospoke about what is happening in the united States because that lies in the north american country for a while. After that George Floyd he was killed by a police officer, there was a lot of movement and disorder in the streets.
In their videos of their stories of this social network, began announcing how the deaths by the COVID-19 have affected EE.US and to this is added the racism. “There are good days and bad days, today for me is not a good day. I woke up a little sad with the news that we have already spent a hundred thousand deaths here in the united States by the COVID-19, and it is a very cloudy day…”, he announced.
Then broke off in front of their fans and said that it is saddened by the death of George Floyd: “Violence brings more violence, and we are not going on wellas mankind we are losing perspective of many things and what can not be possible is that there is racism and that hatred so big.”
The protagonist of “the queen of The South” he feels bad about how they are acting out the authorities of the united States: “The police continue to kill people of color, there is no empathy, no mercy. We need to learn a lot as human beings. I hope that the day improves.”
At the end of your disclaimer said that the best way to download all of that anger was exercising: “Well, I’m not going to cry. (…) To feel better I’m going to do a bit of exercise. I’m going to put my gloves [de boxeo] and I’m going to hit a punching bag as if it were the police.”
DONATION AGAINST RACISM
Steve CarellSeth Rogen, Don Cheadle, Janelle Monae, Kehlani and Jameela Jamil have made donations of $ 1000 each in favor of the non-profit organization “Minnesota Freedom Fun”. It will be responsible for paying the bonding of low-income persons who are arrested in the state of Minnesota, in United States.
On the other hand, Ariana GrandeEmily Ratajkowski, Ellen Page, Machine Gun Kelly, Halsey, Yungblud, among other celebrities, took to the streets with banners to participate in the protests against racism in USA