The whole incident, which was recorded on camera, sparked a worldwide anti-racist protest with twitter going abuzz with #BlackLivesMatter and #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd tweets.
— Netflix (@netflix) May 30, 2020Facebook and InstagramSocial media company Facebook and Instagram also showed their solidarity for the people of colour by changing their logo.
pic.twitter.com/QvSvFG056H — Instagram (@instagram) June 1, 2020DisneyWalt Disney Company also showed its support and stance against racism by saying “We Stand Against Racism.
#BlackLivesMatter — #BlackLivesMatter (@HBO) May 31, 2020CBSCommercial broadcast television and radio network CBS condemns all acts of racism and “senseless violence” through its tweet on twitter.
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