I am laying in bed and having the hardest time falling asleep after all the sadness and negativity I see on ALL news outlets (because I watch them all to get different perspectives). THIS video was exactly what I needed to give me peace of mind and remind me that there are GOOD people out there. lead with positivity and love and HOPE and we will see some sort of light in all this darkness. i know there are a lot of people like me that are feeling hopeless and sad and need to see this. Share it with your loved ones. watching negativity and chaos only makes us weak. stay strong and sleep tight guys- dad loves you ♥️

I CAN'T BREATHEPosts from the world screaming that we need a change!

@raab.angie Pray for humanity.💔
My heart was in USA and it still is. The shocking videos and news of the last days just made me cry and sad. I can’t understand that such an “old” topic and way of thinking still exists. As a kid, I always didn’t get the point than I heard some racism stuff from older people. I thought as a child (!) “they are the same like us. Still a human. They just have a different color because Mother Nature decides that way. It doesn’t change everything.” As soon as I become older, I traveled in so many countries and met so many different cultures, humans of different ages. It doesn’t make a difference about human connection, hospitality and love. We have to learn to be more open-mind and tolerant. We are not the same but at the same time we are. We are all humans. We all have feelings, dreams, scars, fears, experiences and love. We all matter. I wish a change. That we finally understand everything and change. The goodness will win in the end. Always. I am sure. #thinkaboutit #dontlookaway

There comes a time when silence is betrayal.
In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.
A riot is the language of the unheard.
—Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This man was someone’s family. He was someone’s dear friend. He meant the world to somebody. The death of this black man is another of too many resulting from centuries of systemic racism.
It is too easy for white people to ignore what is (has been) happening, and that is a privilege we have to acknowledge. We need to do a much better job of speaking up. Beyond calling out obvious racism, that also means holding our friends and family accountable for their actions and words. That odd “harmless” joke our uncle or friend or whoever makes when we find ourselves in spaces where everyone looks like we do is part of the problem. Say something. It can feel uncomfortable and difficult, but we MUST stand by those whose voices are still not being heard.
I’ve been struggling with what to say the last few days, but saying something, anything at all, is important. To my black friends and colleagues, I see you and I hear you. 🖤

Feeling heavy, angry, and heartbroken. Stand up, speak out and donate to those tagged if you have the means.
Being silent and doing nothing is not acceptable. Time to show up and stand up for the injustice our black community has had to live with. For those of you out there, please be safe and take care of yourselves. #blacklivesmatter #blm

To everyone who is hurting today, I love you.
To everyone who seeks change, I am with you and I support you.
Please sign the petition to bring #justiceforgeorgefloyd by text messaging FLOYD to 55156.
For the nearly 7 million who have already signed, thank you.

I haven’t been able to come up with the right words, and I realize that I may never…
My heart is heavy.
My stomach has flipped.
While I may not understand fully or have personally experienced something like this…
I know that this needs to stop!
I am a leader.
A leader who chooses to use her platform with integrity, passion, and a voice.
Saying nothing adds to the problem.
Keeping your head in the sand is not the answer.
These acts are disgusting. The horrific story of George Floyd and countless others is simply not okay. .
History can’t be undone and no post or words can take away the pain, but we can stand up and be a part of the solution.

Sign the petition at and/or donate if you feel called
Share a post.
Use your voice.
Educate others.
Lead by example.
Serve with love.
And please, pray that this all stops…
We are strong together! 💪🏻💪🏼💪🏽💪🏾💪🏿

The latest events have made me sick. I think there are so many things that need to change in our society but by just saying this they will never do. We should make the change happen. We should open our eyes in front of the reality we have ignored for so long. Racism exists. And it is the most non-human thing to treat humans differently. It is the most non-human society when people are afraid, traumatized and unsecured because of the hate, discrimination and unfairness they face by the government, the police and the people. Learn about racism, educate yourself, stand up to it, do what you can to protect and support other people who do not have the same privilege as you! It’s in your hands!

They all died because of a racist person … DIED.. Our fathers, our mothers, our uncles, our aunts, our brothers, our sisters, our cousins… this is OUR family. We are family. We need to protect each other, we need to love each other. We need to uplift each other. We need to lean on each other. We need to build each other. We need to feed off each other. We need to HELP each other. We are ONE. We are family #✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽 #georgefloyd

I have privilege as a white person because I can do all of these things without thinking twice:
I can go birding (#ChristianCooper)
I can go jogging (#AmaudArbery)
I can relax in the comfort of my own home (#BothemSean and #AtatianaJefferson and #BreonnaTaylor)
I can ask for help after being in a car crash (#JonathanFerrell and #RenishaMcBride)
I can have a cellphone (StephonClark)
I can leave a party to get to safety (JordanEdwards)
I can play loud music (JordanDavis)
I can sell CDs (AltonSterling)
I can sleep (AiyanaJones)
I can walk from the corner store (MikeBrown)
I can play cops and robbers (TamirRice)
I can go to church (Charleston9)
I can walk home with Skittles (TrayvonMartin)
I can hold a hair brush while leaving my own bachelor party (SeanBell)
I can party on New Years (OscarGrant)
I can get a normal traffic ticket (SandraBland)
I can lawfully carry a weapon (PhilandoCastile)
I can break down on a public road with car problems (CoreyJones)
I can shop at Walmart (JohnCrawford)
I can have a disabled vehicle (TerrenceCrutcher)
I can read a book in my own car (KeithScott)
I can be a 10yr old walking with our grandfather (#CliffordGlover)
I can decorate for a party (#ClaudeReese)
I can ask a cop a question (#RandyEvans)
I can cash a check in peace (#YvonneSmallwood)
I can take out my wallet (#AmadouDiallo)
I can run (#WalterScott)
I can breathe (#EricGarner)
I can live (#FreddieGray)
White privilege is real. Take a minute to consider a Black person’s experience today.
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