Latino artists such as Resident, Amara La Negra, Ricky Martin, Becky G, Luis Fonsi, Rosalia and Rauw Alejandro, among others, are talking about the death of George Floyd to demand justice for him and express your solidarity with the black community.
In the middle of the national indignation over the death of another black person at the hands of the police – George Floyd was suffocated by a police officer Minneapolis during an arrest – the rapper and puerto rican composer Resident shared it with his millions of followers on social networks the number to report police officers involved in the death of Floyd.
“[Estoy] reporting on the police officers involved in the murder of George Floyd. Just call +1 6123244499 and follow the instructions”, he wrote.
Amara La Negra took to the streets of Miami to join the thousands of protesters across the country demanding justice and the end of racism is systemic. “I’m dominican and I’m proud of it. My parents are dominican. But first I AM BLACK. And I will always defend my people. I have always talked about the discrimination that I have suffered, we have suffered”.
Meanwhile, Ricky Martin shared part of the speech “The other America” of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: “And while the united States postponed the fairness, we are in the position of having these recurrences of violence and riots over and over again, “social justice and progress are the keys to absolute prevention of disorder”.
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Earlier this week, appeared a video of the death of George Floyd which shows the police officer of Minneapolis Derek Chauvin kneeling in the neck of Floyd for eight minutes. Chauvin was later accused of murder in the third degree and manslaughter in the death of Floyd.
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During the weekend, several latino artists, joined in the cry for justice in the social networks.
These are some of their publications.
Latino artists like Kany García, Luis Fonsi, Rosalia, Prince Royce, Kat de Luna and Jennifer Lopez, also posted in Instagram messages on the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.