— DARK LARRIE 💙💚 (@1direction_wrld) June 3, 2020
DEAR NON-BLACK ALLY,
WHAT CAN YOU DO TODAY?
IN SOLIDARITY, AMPLIFY THE VOICES OF BLACK PEOPLE DURING #BLACKOUTTUESDAY
SHARE IN THE OUTRAGE
SUPPORT A BLACK BUSINESS TODAY
— Aisha Hinds (@AishaHinds) June 2, 2020
I’m told #BlackOutTuesday began to create space for white folks to learn/talk/read/think about racism? Okay. Add this to your agenda. Think about how you can work to dismantle the generations-old systems that encourage and protect police misconduct and murder. pic.twitter.com/lWBd8gLq35
— Ava DuVernay (@ava) June 2, 2020
If you have posted a black screen for #BlackOutTuesday on Instagram please remove the #/blacklivesmatter so that people who are receiving their information there can still find it. https://t.co/3txqAm4STn
— YBT (@yungbabytate) June 2, 2020
Protester be careful!!!#blacklifematter #BlackLivesMatter #nycprotests #GeorgeFloyd #blacklifematters #BlackOutDay2020 #blackouttueday #blackoutday #BlackOutTuesday #blackoutuesday #Minneapolis #NYCProtest #NYC #GeorgeFloydWasMurdered #NewYork #USA #nycprotests
— Didar☀️ (@Didar_____) June 3, 2020
There’s 28 million people who posted #BlackOutTuesday on instagram YESTERDAY but only 13 million signatures for George Floyd in over a week? This is not another challenge. Sign the petitions. https://t.co/qyw7JXP1Tr pic.twitter.com/eAaMtg5N3n
— Maz (@marcusmaz10) June 3, 2020
It is time everyone takes a stand against all the hate happening in the world right now. You too, can do your bit.
— The Gentlemen's Project - UWC (@tgpuwc) June 3, 2020
Lee Hi’s IG update for #BlackOutTuesday
Hicecreams send her the donation and pettion links under her post so she can OPEN HER PURSE and share links on her big platform!
— Lee Hi Nation (@LeeHiNation) June 3, 2020
— HEITNER LEGAL, P.L.L.C. (@HEITNERLEGAL) June 3, 2020
— The Straits Times (@STcom) June 3, 2020