Beyonce has long expressed her love for Africa and continues to lend her voice and platform to bringing about positive change on the continent.
As reported, the superstar singer spoke up and out in alignment with the #EndSARS campaign in Nigeria – a movement mounted to stop police brutality and corruption.
With the Africa at large battling similar issues across various countries, Bey has penned an impassioned letter detailing the measures her BeyGood charity has been taking and encouraging others to do the same.
Her words below…
She went on to add:
I’d also like to bring attention to critical issues that the Continent is facing right now.
South Africa #AmINext
Ivory Coast and Ghana #ChildTrafficking
I listened to the voices of some young people from all parts of Africa and they are asking to be heard. They have seen too much that is wrong and they are crying out for the world to listen through our actions.
I am calling on my peers, friends and EVERYONE to join me. If you are unable to donate, click the links below to learn how you too can support.
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Through my financial support of the Feminist Coalition, I am happy that we have been able to cover costs for protestors with urgent medical care needs, to provide food to so many, and to cover the expenses of emergency shelter for those left homeless and legal fees for those arrested. We are also assisting with transportation and telecom needs.
Still, the need is GREAT and requires each and every one of us. TOGETHER WITH ALL OF OUR COLLECTIVE EFFORTS WE CAN BRING ABOUT A CHANGE.
To my African Brothers and Sisters — I hear you and I see you!
Tidbit: Afrobeats superstar Yemi Alade opened up to That Grape Juice about what it was like working with Queen Bey on ‘Black Is King’ and the project’s importance. Check it out…