Riots continue in the United States over the death of a black man in police custody, while several companies, including Facebook, have joined the protest.
Facebook has blacked out its logo in solidarity with black citizens, while the company’s founder has written a long article in this regard.
Riots and riots have been going on in various states for the past six days after a black man was killed by a white police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Protesters demand that the lives of black people in the United States be protected and given equal rights with other white citizens
The pain of the last week reminds us how far our country has to go to give every person the freedom to live with dignity and peace. It reminds us yet again that..
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said in a lengthy post: “We stand with the Black Farm community and with all those who are working for justice in the name of George Floyd, Briona Taylor, Ahmed Arberry and others. Will not be forgotten.
“I know that in order to fight this, the Facebook platform needs to do more to ensure the equality and protection of black people,” said Mark Zuckerberg.
“I’m grateful that Darnella Frasier posted a video of George Floyd’s assassination on Facebook because we all need to see it, we need to know George Floyd’s name, but it’s clear that Fees The book seeks to do more to keep people safe and to ensure that our system does not promote prejudice.
“Organizations working for justice need funding, and we’re offering 10 million in funding,” said the Facebook founder.
Mark Zuckerberg added: “I know 10 million can’t fix everything, it takes a long time to get justice.”
“She and the American actress Priscilla have worked together personally in the areas where racism is most prevalent in the criminal justice system,” he said.
He said: “He has not talked much about his work, but it has been the role of Chen Zuckerberg, who has been working every year for organizations working for justice and crime control for years. Give 40 million to end racist prejudice and racism.
The founder of Facebook said, “Let’s move this forward and it has become clear that we still have a long way to go.”
In addition to the logo being black, #blacklivesmatter is also trending on social media, meaning that black lives also have meaning. However, this hashtag is also demanding justice for George Floyd.