The fact is that the Hispanic singer has emphasized her fight in several campaigns. Among them, the vindication of the rights of the LGBTQ community.
In the framework of the recent social events caused by the death of the African American George Floyd, stars of the musical milieu have raised their voices of protest against discriminatory policies towards black people who belong to the transsexual and gay community.
The ideologies of a conservative power concentrated in the hands of Donald Trump and his administration have diminished the application of justice, which was mentioned by the star Camila Cabello, as well as a quote from 'The New York Times' in a post uploaded to his personal Instagram account (50.3 mill).
"In the midst of one of the worst epidemics of violence against black transgender people, Trump decided to finalize a law that removes Obama-era protections for transgender patients who face discrimination in health care," published the Cuban-American celebrity.
“We are not where we should be, we have to fight back. Please go to my Instagram stories where you can find a list of organizations to support. Today I will donate to @translawcenter, a transgender civil rights organization".
The image with the little fingers of a person of color and a white person, tattooed with the French word 'liberte' which translated is 'free', has obtained more than 1 million likes and denotes strong support for this campaign that is not the unique in which Cabello has participated.
Along with her Canadian boyfriend Shawn Mendes, a songwriter and musician, she was seen in protests for the 'Black Lives Matter' movement in the coastal city of Miami, beyond the risks of being in a crowd in times of pandemic.