To be able to use my platform to bring attention to a problem that has been going on to long feels good!!! We have to stand up for what we believe in and I believe that it is time that we are heard! #justiceforgeorgefloyd #saynotoracism pic.twitter.com/TRB1AGm0Qx— Weston McKennie (@WMckennie) May 30, 2020
From 2016 but as applicable today as people call for peaceful protest. How did moderates treat Kap when he peacefully protested? We’ve had so many chances as a society to listen and evolve but we keep having the same stagnant conversation bc we refuse to address the actual issue https://t.co/r7lHYunykp— Jeremy Ebobisse (@kingjebo) May 30, 2020
To remain silent is to be complicit. We can not continue to tolerate the blatant racism and injustices that are occurring in our country.— Alejandro Bedoya (@AleBedoya17) May 30, 2020
I stand & mourn with people of color whose communities have been affected.
Thank you Philly for the support!
I am truly sickened by the death of George Floyd and so many others whose stories are not today’s headlines. Until we ALL acknowledge that Racism and police brutality is EVERYONE’S problem, change will be an uphill battle! #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd— Crystal Dunn Soubrier (@crysdunn_19) May 29, 2020
I wrote my thoughts down to help process the murder of George Floyd in my mind. Thank you to @mnufc for giving me this platform— Jacori Hayes (@JacoriHayes) May 30, 2020
The link is in my bio and the Minnesota united webpage for the full essay