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In light of the protests going on across the world, here’s how some of today’s celebs have responded to them:
Hilary Duff honored the late Breonna Taylor on her birthday.
LL Cool J poured his emotions into a rap about the current social climate.
Lea Michele issued an apology after her Glee co-stars accused her of making their “television gig a living hell,” and a lot of people weren’t happy with it.
Penn Badgley had an open dialogue with his close friend and musican, Mtali, about race and racism.
Sarah Wayne Callies urged fans to support black actors offscreen the way they support them onscreen.
Jameela Jamil shared a powerful poem by Kyla Lacey about white privilege.
Ludacris felt inspired by children and their futures after his daughter graduated.
Nick Cannon created a touching video about being Black in America.
Ciara penned an open letter to her son, Future, “praying for unity.”
Ashton Kutcher shared a tearful message about Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter.
Billy Porter voiced his personal statement to America.
Tia Mowry opened up about the racism she and her family experienced growing up in a biracial household.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian Sr. stepped down as a board member and urged his seat to be filled by a Black candidate.
Mark Hamill showed support for his Star Wars co-star, John Boyega.
Leonardo DiCaprio said he was “dedicated to end the disenfranchisement of Black America.”
Big Sean admitted he doesn’t feel equal or free.
And Shay Mitchell hoped for a more peaceful and united world for her biracial daughter, Atlas.
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