See Ariana Grande Join the Black Lives Matter Protest in Los Angeles

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Ariana Grande has been actively using her voice to spread awareness about racism that Black Americans experience in the United States and bring justice to George Floyd.

Many people were happy to point out how Grande uses her massive platform of almost 190 million followers on Instagram and 73.4 million supporters on Twitter to advocate for the dismantlement of racism. Grande has been actively posting about George Floyd since May 27, 2020.

We love a celebrity who uses her voice to make a positive change in society. Grande urges her supporters to sign petitions in honor of George Floyd and to vote in primaries for the U.S. Government. Grande wants us to use our voice and know that it also weighs.

 

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again, i ask my followers to please keep signing these petitions, making donations if u are able to, continue having conversations w family and friends about racism (overt and covert) and the senseless acts of murder that happen in this country far too often, please keep reading up, following accounts on here (i will recommend some!) to keep u updated and learning and sharing links and resources.. our black friends need us to show up and to be better and to be vocal. now more than ever. online. offline even more so. this is more than a post. we have to show up. there is work that needs to be done and it is absolutely on us to do it. #blacklivesmatter here are some accounts i’ve followed that have helped me understand more about my privilege and how to use it to help others. @privtoprog @rachel.cargle @thegreatunlearn @blklivesmatter please feel free to recommend some more as well in my comments.

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Ariana Grande is known in almost every household in the U.S. She has collaborated on music with Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, Zedd, Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Iggy Azalea, and many more talented artists. Grande has recently also released “Rain on Me,” in collaboration with Lady Gaga for Gaga’s new album Chromatica and “Stuck With U” with Justin Bieber from which all proceeds will go to First Responders Children’s Foundation.

Like Ariana Grande, we urge you to use your voice too. Every person is of value, and your voice matters. Use it to end systemic institutionalized racism, which our nation has been ignoring for way too long.