The "socialite", Kloé Kardashian, has expressed outrage at the murder of George Floyd, who died suffocated under the knee of a white police officer.
The world is shocked by the lightness with which a person's life is ended just for being black, as if it were a disease that must be eradicated.
For those who may think it is just a "black" thing, famous celebrities from all over the world raised their voices in protest against these racist actions that seemed to correspond to inferior beings mentally and spiritually.
This time it is Kloé Kardashian's turn, who has been thinking for some time about how to express what she feels and makes her angry.
"For the past few days, I rewrote this over and over again. The words feel empty ... Somehow, they don't express everything I wanted to say. But I can't keep quiet".
Kloé continued highlighting that there have been many opportunities in which cases like this have passed through the indolent gaze of many people, which makes her feel even more angry.
Decade after decade and notably, the struggle and resistance that African-Americans have had to carry forward to continue to endure the racist actions of a society that refuses to understand that skin color is just that, a color.
"African-American people have been discriminated against, victimized and murdered for too long, and have shown a superhuman resilience to adversity. It is incomprehensible that in this 2020 there are people who continue to hobble, hurting and oppressing African-American people with stereotypes, and racism remains a constant reality",she added.
The message that I publish in his official account closed with this phrase:
"Change must happen at once. The lives of African American people matter. We can, we must, and we will change the future".