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Politics Johnson to Trump: "Racism has no place in our societies"

01:10  04 june  2020
01:10  04 june  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

Black Lives Matter: Dwayne Johnson invokes Donald Trump on Twitter

 Black Lives Matter: Dwayne Johnson invokes Donald Trump on Twitter © DPA / ABACA The American people are rising but Donald Trump is still missing. On Wednesday June 3, actor Dwayne Johnson spoke to the President on his favorite playground: Twitter. "Where's our leader? Asks The Rock face camera, in a serious tone. “Where is our leader at a time like this, when our country is on its knees, imploring, protesting, being hurt, angry, frustrated, suffering (…) and just wanting to be heard, ”said the 48-year-old athlete.

The popular messaging platform Snapchat has announced it would remove US President Donald Trump from its Discover tab, accusing him of promoting Racial violence and injustice have no place in our society and we stand together with all who seek peace, love, equality, and justice in America.”

We have seen thousands upon thousands of peaceful protesters, of diverse backgrounds, taking to the streets to demand their rights and to call for change Instead, she urged the US to finally take lessons from both its past and present and admit the “glaring inequality” problem. “The anger we have seen in

kneeling against racism: HSV and Kiel join .
Even before the second division game of Hamburger SV against Holstein Kiel, the soccer professionals of both teams knelt around the middle circle. With the gesture, they jointly signaled racism on Monday evening. © Photo: Christian Charisius / dpa-Pool / dpa Before the game of Hamburger SV against Holstein Kiel, the players kneel as a sign against racism.

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