Late Fast & Furious star Paul Walker’s daughter, Meadow Walker, updated her Instagram Stories by sharing a new statement about people who wouldn’t sign the petition over the devastating death of George Floyd.
A petition seeking ‘justice for George Floyd’ has now reportedly become the biggest change.org U.S. petition of all time by reaching over 15.2 million signs.
On the other hand, the ‘Blackout Tuesday’ movement, a protest method that mutes Instagram profiles, has been practiced by over 28 million people, and many users shared black squares from their Instagram accounts.
Today, Meadow addressed the difference of the numbers between the petition and social media movement and asked followers to sign the petition more. She expressed that it is very important for a public movement and left the link of the petition on the post. Click here to reach the petition.
Here’s what Meadow wrote:
“28 million people posted a black square. But only 13 million [15.2 million right now] people signed the petition for George Floyd. Justice for George Floyd – change.org. Swipe up and sign now.”
See the Instagram photo below.
A few days prior, Meadow posted a black square to support the Blackout Tuesday movement on her official Instagram page and muted her social media account to show her reaction to police brutality and racial discrimination.
“Black Lives Matter. continue to donate, educate yourself, speak out, and show up.”
Check out the Instagram post below.