Meghan Markle becomes the voice of the protesters

An American departed actress and a part of the British royal family, share a note in a support of those who are protesting and want justice in a death of George Floyd. In her five-minute-long speech, which was delivered on Wednesday evening and access by aspect, she spoke about Black Lives Matter complain sand he shared her virtual address to graduating students at her former high school.

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In her statement she said we all have the power to effect positive change. It is the time to talk about such unfair things. She disused her experience of racism. The Suits star also took part in a campaign video in 2012 in which she spoke about her hopes for her future children and her love of LA. 

In the clip, Meghan Markle can be seen in a white T-shirt and she said: my name is Meghan Markle and I’m here because I think it’s a really important to talk about something like this. For me this incident really hits a personal note. I’m bi-racial, and I think I was 11 or 12 years old when I faced some of the slurs and I’ve heard the really offensive jokes, or the names, that just strike me in a really powerful way. For me George Floyd’s death is beyond being personally affected by racism, just to see the landscape of what our country is like right now, certainly the world, and other things needs to be better.

She also said Young people are vital voices in the fight against injustice and racism around the world. Silence is not an option so as a global community of young leaders, we stand together. The posts support people to continue to talk about injustices and asserted that the minority are basic components of exact change crosswise America. I hope people will be open-minded to and will also understand that having a mixed world is all we need.