Dylan Meyer and Kristen Stewart
For several consecutive days, pogroms and demonstrations raged in the United States following the death of a 46-year-old black man named George Floyd, who was the victim of police abuse. Americans take to the streets with slogans and posters to seek justice and express their attitude toward successful racism.
Yesterday, Kristen Stewart, 30, joined one of these actions. She took to the streets of Los Angeles with friends and her lover Dylan Meyer, and the paparazzi photographed them just on the way to a mass protest event.
Dylan Mayer and Kristen Stewart with their girlfriend
At the same gathering called Black Lives Matter, other stars were spotted yesterday. Ben Affleck and her lover Ana de Armas, Emily Ratazhkovsky and her husband Sebastian Bir-McClard and many others protested the death of an African American at the hands of the police.
Recall that George Floyd died just in front of passers-by on the streets of Minneapolis. The police who came to the arson attack arrested an African American and handcuffed him. For more than seven minutes, one of the officers pressed Floyd to the ground with his knee when he literally begged him to let go and shouted that he was suffocating. After a while, George passed out and died before the ambulance arrived. Eyewitnesses were shocked by the actions of the police and claimed that George had offered no resistance to them.
Ashton Kutcher also shared his emotions on this occasion. He posted an emotional video on Instagram in which he drew attention to the Black Lives Matter campaign and told how he and his wife Mila Kunis related to protests related to the death of an African American.
Regarding Black Lives Matter, I think a lot of people write All Lives Matter (all lives are important. – Ed.) To explain this to some people. There are those for whom the life of African Americans has no importance. But for us, it is. Therefore, despite the best of intentions, when you write All Lives Matter, remember: some people don’t care about the lives of black people,
– said Kutcher.
Based on materials: www.spletnik.ru