As the days pass, more and more individuals are meeting up in major cities and states to have peaceful demonstrations and protests so their voices can be heard, from New York to California even all the way overseas in the United Kingdom. All over social media many are wondering and asking where do we go from here, how do we demand change as they gather to invoke the change they wish to see.

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Celebrities have also chimed in and shared their views on the devastating incidents that have rocked the nation. Many have chosen to voice their thoughts via their social media accounts and their personal websites, while others have gone out on the forefront to protest including T.I., Snoop Dogg and The Game.

Protestors around the nation have shut down major highways and main roads to proclaim their disdain for the unjust police brutality resulting in recent senseless deaths. T.I. recently participated in a protest in Atlanta, Georgia while he, his son Domani Harris and others walked in tandem throughout the city as the crowd chanted, “No Justice No Peace, No Racist-ass Police” through the streets. The Game and Snoop Dogg were spotted in Los Angeles, California leading a  peaceful march to the L.A.P.D. headquarters to rally individuals to seek out unification and justice between Black communities and law enforcement. They were adamant about having a peaceful march with no violence as they voiced their view on the unjust slaying of the Dallas police officers as well as the unlawful slayings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling.


Will more rappers step up and speak out on this matter? Will they be apart of the catalyst for change in the Black communities? Only time will tell as these movements continue make their voices heard.

Mandatory Demonstration

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