Young mans participation in black life is life: keeping neutrality and unfairness will prevail

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 Young mans participation in black life is life: keeping neutrality and unfairness will prevail


Today, I went to Hyde Park to protest peacefully. Im very proud to see so many people of different races come to support this activity. Im very proud to stand up and support the black life is life movement. Im also glad to see people of all ages put out the slogan black life is life and shout it out with passion like me, Hamilton said

Hamilton also called on those who are silent to have an attitude, your silence may have nothing to do with racism, but we need you to fight against racism, we need you to educate yourself and others, to speak up and let us realize the discrimination and prejudice that black and colored people have suffered in the media in the past 100 years. We cant be silent today! We need your voice, we need you to go out of the country of gentleness, support us, be an anti racist, let the world know your position in this fight, inspire your family, friends and colleagues, so that we can continue to achieve change.

For me and the rest of the world, seeing Freud killed has caused deep pain and frustration. We will condemn monkey calls and throwing bananas at black players, but when it comes to structural race issues, the state leaders remain silent. When you remain neutral, injustice prevails. Hamilton said that he has been fighting against racism. Actually, this is not a new battle for me. In my racing career, I have always fought against racism. When I was driving a kart, those children threw things at me and were ridiculed at the 2007 Grand Prix because I was black. Even now, the media directly or indirectly accuse me of not being a British gentleman and not being loved enough by the public. Hamilton added: its a pride to be black. I choose to walk alone. At the beginning of my racing career, I listened to my fathers advice, worked hard, closed my mouth and let the driver talk. Only when I put on my helmet can I feel free. Source: Netease sports Author: Jiang Feng editor in charge: Lu Ting_ NS5242

For me and the rest of the world, seeing Freud killed has caused deep pain and frustration. We will condemn monkey calls and throwing bananas at black players, but when it comes to structural race issues, the state leaders remain silent. When you remain neutral, injustice prevails.

Hamilton said that he has been fighting against racism. Actually, this is not a new battle for me. In my racing career, I have always fought against racism. When I was driving a kart, those children threw things at me and were ridiculed at the 2007 Grand Prix because I was black. Even now, the media directly or indirectly accuse me of not being a British gentleman and not being loved enough by the public.

Hamilton added: its a pride to be black. I choose to walk alone. At the beginning of my racing career, I listened to my fathers advice, worked hard, closed my mouth and let the driver talk. Only when I put on my helmet can I feel free.