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(DEVELOPING STORY) It has been a tough and trying year, from coronavirus to the presidential election and the murder of George Floyd, which took place one year ago today. Following the murder of Floyd, mass protests and waves of activism surged throughout the United States. From New York to Los Angeles, citizens are using their voice to promote change and celebrities are joining them as the nation marks the one year anniversary of the murder.


Across the country, you'll find mass events occurring to mark the day. Celebs and organizations are joining the conversation today through social media.

Los Angeles Lakers

Michelle Obama

Oprah Winfrey

Kerry Washington

Minnesota Vikings

Jimmy Kimmel

Maria Shriver

On the one year anniversary of George Floyd's death, we are thinking of his friends and family today and will use our platform to advance equality for all.

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