These Celebrities Are Actually Tweeting About Police Brutality

In the past 48 hours, two more black men — Alton Sterling and Philando Castile — died at the hands of the police.

And in a somewhat surprising turn, many celebrities are using their platforms to have an open discussion about the aftermath of these events. Tweeting or posting to Instagram might not seem like much, but these celebrities are putting their livelihood at risk by expressing politically driven opinions.

Plus, change will only happen if we speak out, so let’s give these celebs a pat on the back for leading the charge. Take a look at some of their reactions below.

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RIP Alton Sterling 😢  #howmanymore

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Does this face scare you? Would you cross the street if he asked if you wanted to buy a DVD? Would you even answer the question? We need to reprogram. Our nations past bleeds into our present by raising us to think black is something to fear. The police officer that killed him was so scared of the idea of a black man with a gun that it didn't matter if he was reaching for it or threatening at all. That fear took a father, a son, and a brother off of the earth all at the same time. If you're reading this and wondering if he deserved to die I want you to look yourself in the eye. Tell yourself that he was a human being with a family. A family that will never be the same. Tell yourself that you don't need to fear a man just because of the color of his skin. Tell yourself that his blood bleeds red just like yours. Tell yourself he feels fear just like you do. Tell yourself that he feels love just like you do. Tell yourself that you love him. Then go and tell your friends the same. We have to REPROGRAM. "Once you change your philosophy, you change your thought pattern. Once you change your thought pattern, you change your attitude. Once you change your attitude, it changes your behavior pattern and then you go on into some action." – MALCOLM X We have to change. And it starts with each of us.

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