Jamie Foxx, Nick Cannon, more protest police brutality

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Several celebrities spent their weekends on the street protesting police brutality after the death of another unarmed black man, George Floyd, while under the care of police officers in Minneapolis.

They took to the streets alongside protesters in the city of Minnesota as well as in Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, Washington, DC and cities across the country.

Jamie Foxx

The Oscar winner started the weekend on May 29 with a protest in Minneapolis. “We are not afraid to stand. We are not afraid of the moment,” said Foxx.

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Nick Cannon

Cannon marched in Minneapolis with a hoodie that said “Please, I can’t breathe” and a “Justice for Floyd” poster.

Tessa Thompson

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J. Cole

News crews in Fayetteville, Ark. Discovered the musician who protested with a group in his hometown on May 30.

Kendrick Sampson

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Kehlani

Singer Kehlani was part of the protests in LA and took snapshots of the chaos that followed. “Respect existence or expect resistance,” she wrote.

Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes

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Lil Yachty

“I’m no different than the next man,” he said into a megaphone during one of the many protests across the country. “Every voice is important and must be heard.”

Tinashe

Another West Coaster, Tinashe, even carried her shield on the freeway during a non-violent protest in downtown LA. “We were there to protest the police brutality and black life, period,” she said.

Ariana Grande

Grande was disappointed with the day’s reporting, which was more focused on looting in some cities. “Hours and miles of peaceful protests yesterday with little to no coverage,” she pleaded on May 31. “Everywhere in Beverly Hills and West Hollywood we sang, people beeped and cheered. We were passionate, we were loud, we loved. Please cover that too.”

Machine gun Kelly

The rapper (aka Colson Baker) also went to LA protests. He carried a sign that said, “Silence is treachery.”

Halsey

Halsey, real name Ashley Frangipane, said police officers used gas and rubber bullets in her group.

John Cuscak

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Timothy Chalamet

The actor was in Santa Monica, California, with a sign reminiscent of Floyd and others who died in police violence.

Ellen Page

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Cole sprouse

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