Beyonce, Kerry Washington, and more celebrities shared touching birthday messages to the late George Floyd on Oct. 14, the day he would have turned 47, and many included demands for change.
Perhaps the most stirring moment of the BET Awards was when Michael B. Jordan, Whoopi Goldberg, and more stars read aloud the names of Black victims of America’s ‘400-year-old pandemic’ of racism.
In a powerful interview, Sir Elton John, who was joined by husband David Furnish, discussed the change that must happen to stop the killings of Black people by police. He also revealed that his AIDS foundation is helping to ‘amplify’ change.
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The latest celebrity to march for Black Lives Matter is Sofia Richie, who proudly held up a sign about ending racism while attending a protest in L.A. on June 14.
Rapper T.I. addressed the crowd at a protest in Atlanta, following the tragic death of unarmed Black man Rayshard Brooks.
Jeremy Meeks held back tears during his interview with ‘Good Morning Britain,’ as he reflected on how, in 2020, ‘we are still talking about Civil Rights’ amidst the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests.
As millions protest the end of racial inequality in America, Elijah Blake has lent his voice to the movement by transforming his song ‘Hanging Tree’ into an anthem to help motivate us to ‘fight for change.’
Brad Pitt is proud to support Black Lives Matter, and he wants the world to know it, a source tells HL exclusively. That’s just one of the reasons he’s protesting publicly.
Dave Chappelle surprised fans with a Netflix special, in which he grieved for George Floyd, advocated protesting in his honor, and slammed conservative pundit Candace Owens for going after Floyd’s character.
Lil Baby dropped a timely new song in response to the national protests going on in our world.
Recognizing that their name is associated with slavery, country music group Lady Antebellum announced they’re rebranding themselves as their part to ‘do better.’
Experts say charges won’t immediately be dropped for protesters who were arrested for breaking curfew, despite LA & New York DAs announcing they’re not going to prosecute.
All four cops involved in the death of George Floyd have been charged – including Thomas Lane, who was just released on bail. The ex-officer now faces 40+ years in prison if convicted of aiding and abetting 2nd-degree murder.
As the protests for Black Lives Matter continue across the US, more celebrities are joining the cause. Stars like Lizzo are demanding the government defund the police. Here’s who else is fighting alongside her.