Actor Chadwick Boseman argues that he has no more tolerance for racial discrimination, and the system has to be changed as soon as possible.
On Instagram, Black Panther star addressed that racial injustice should be corrected by uploading the cover photo of The New Yorker magazine, in which the murder of George Floyd embodies the history of violence inflicted upon black people in America.
The 42-year-old actor said that white supremacy and racial prejudice have existed since the establishment of this country, and added that the change should come for the United States.
Here’s the caption:
“From this country’s founding history; its economic base, its social standard, its penal system, its protection of property…
White Supremacy and Racial Prejudice are its Pre-existing Conditions.
Change is here. #BlackLivesMatter”
On the other hand, Chadwick Boseman starred in Daa 5 Bloods movie which tells four Afro-American war veterans who fought together in Vietnam in 1971 to find the corp of their commanders and a buried gold stash. Spike Lee’s old-fashioned action-adventure saga has released on June 12 on Netflix.
See the Instagram photo below.