“I am deeply sad, angry and hurt. I feel everyone’s pain and outrage,” Jordan, 57, said in a statement. “I support people who want to end ingrained racism against black people.”
Jordan believes people should speak up, but in a proper way. In recent days, many shops have been looted, police cars set on fire and buildings destroyed. “We must continue to fight injustice peacefully and take our responsibilities,” said the American sports hero.
“Our vote must increase the pressure on leaders to change the rules, otherwise we must use our right to vote for drastic change. I don’t have the answers, but our collective voice is showing strength, we will not be separated by others. “
Serena Williams shared a post earlier today from her sponsor Nike, replacing the tagline “Just Do It” with “For Once: Don’t Do It.” “We shouldn’t pretend it’s not a problem in the United States,” Williams wrote with the video.
Interestingly, Nike’s video was shared by competitor Adidas. “Only together can we change this,” commented Adidas.
Many other great athletes are also talking about the case. George was murdered. George was no human for this cop who slowly and deliberately took his life, Golden State Warriors basketball player Stephen Curry wrote on social media a few days ago.
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