Samuel L. Jackson has posted a video on his Facebook page calling celebrities and his fans to sing against the violence of “racist police.”

The actor is challenging people to sing to raise awareness of police brutality and gain support for greater police accountability.

The song and video are a reaction to the death of Eric Garner, who was killed by police in July, and was released on the day America took to the streets to protest.

“I can hear my neighbor cryin’ ‘I can’t breathe’
Now I’m in the struggle and I can’t leave.
Callin’ out the violence of the racist police.
We ain’t gonna stop, till people are free.
We ain’t gonna stop, till people are free.”

To watch the video, click here.

comments powered by Disqus

Latest news

Stars Join Lionel Richie at Keep Memory Alive's 23rd Annual Power of Love Gala

Stars Join Lionel Richie at Keep Memory Alive's 23rd Annual Power of Love Gala Mar 18, 2019

Keep Memory Alive's 23rd annual Power of Love gala at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday, March 16 brought top artists and cultural icons Shania Twain, Snoop Dogg, Anthony Anderson, Ne-Yo, Anthony Mackie, Miguel, Leona Lewis, Bernie Williams, John O'Hurley, Pedro CapĆ³, Greg Phillinganes, Peta Murgatroyd, and more together to honor music legend Lionel Richie and raise crucial funds and awareness for Cleveland Clinic Nevada. More
More news