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Cara Delevingne, Kaya Gerber, Brad Pitt and other stars joined anti-racist protests in the US

Cara Delevingne, Kaya Gerber, Brad Pitt and other stars joined anti-racist protests in the US

Kara Delevin

More and more stars are joining the Black Lives Matter protest organized by American residents in response to the death of a black man named George Floyd - he was the victim of police officers who exceeded their authority in detention. In different states, thousands of people take to the streets these days who want to draw attention to the problem of racism and change the world for the better.

Many stars also join the protests. Yesterday, Cara Delevingne took part in one of these rallies. The model went outside with a Black Lives Matter poster, in a protective mask and with the LGBT flag on the strap of her bag. Later, Kara published on her Instagram photos and stories taken during the campaign, and urged all of her subscribers not to sit idly by.

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One step forward, but still a long way to go

Delevin wrote.

Kaya Gerber could not remain indifferent to this topic. Cindy Crawford's daughter also took part in one of the protests:

Silence is not an option! Inaction is not an option! There will be no peace without justice

- Gerber spoke out in a personal microblog.

Photos from Instagram Kaji GerberPhotos from Instagram Kaji Gerber

Brad Pitt joined the protests in Los Angeles yesterday with his girlfriend Alia Shokat, with whom he is credited with an affair. They were noticed by the protesters, but did not have time to get into the lenses of reporters. Aliya later shared a photo from the rally on her Instagram.

Photos from Instagram Alia ShokatPhotos from Instagram Alia Shokat

Natalie Emmanuel, the star of Game of Thrones, joined the protest rally in Hyde Park in New York yesterday. She posted a photo with the poster "I'm Enough." In the post, the actress admitted that she could not hold back her tears during the rally, and urged everyone to unite in the fight against racism.

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Recently, Zoe Kravitz, Lily Collins and many other stars also joined anti-racist rallies. Those who could not take to the streets these days express their protest with posts on social networks: including Beyoncé, Gigi Hadid, Selma Blair and more.

Photos from Instagram Zoe KravichPhotos from Instagram Zoe Kravich

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