Speak up against racism.✊ ✊ ✊ ✊ ✊ pic.twitter.com/u2yG2Qfe9N— Portland Timbers (@TimbersFC) May 30, 2020
From 2016 but as applicable today as people call for peaceful protest. How did moderates treat Kap when he peacefully protested? We’ve had so many chances as a society to listen and evolve but we keep having the same stagnant conversation bc we refuse to address the actual issue https://t.co/r7lHYunykp— Jeremy Ebobisse (@kingjebo) May 30, 2020
George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Botham Jean. Trayvon Martin. Eric Garner. Emmett Till. To people of color, these deaths aren’t headlines or hashtags. These are the names black children learn when they are taught that danger, for them, will hide in plain sight. This is America— Chris Duvall (@chrisduvall91) May 28, 2020
I put up my hoodie for #TrevonMartin ... then #iRunWithMaud ... pumped my fist for #Mandela ... but when we (Black People) do this it just looks like we just want attention so now I want to thank the rest of the world that’s NOT BLACK but pic.twitter.com/2HDMOfx8pU— KEI KAMARA (@keikamara) May 31, 2020
To be able to use my platform to bring attention to a problem that has been going on to long feels good!!! We have to stand up for what we believe in and I believe that it is time that we are heard! #justiceforgeorgefloyd #saynotoracism pic.twitter.com/TRB1AGm0Qx— Weston McKennie (@WMckennie) May 30, 2020
The injustice in America brought so vividly into focus yet again.— Stefan Frei (@Stefan24Frei) May 30, 2020
This isn't about a difference of opinion on a trivial matter.
This is about basic human rights!
We are all one people that deserve to be respected and treated equally.
We stand against all acts of racism, hatred and prejudice. We will always support and promote equality. https://t.co/aTRJ702enb— New York Red Bulls (@NewYorkRedBulls) May 31, 2020