Grammy Award-winning rapper Megan Thee Stallion has partnered with fashion Nova and journalist / activist Mayley to donate $ 50,000 to a nonprofit organization promoting Asian American rights in Georgia and the Southeast. did. Donations made to Justice to move forward AtlantaReports Megan’s support for the Asian-American community amid the rise of anti-Asian attacks. Man..
On Sunday, Megan announced a donation and went to Instagram to share her thoughts on recent times. Mass shootings in Atlanta that killed eight people.. “I am deeply saddened by the loss of eight individuals who were taken from their families on March 16 in a meaningless and violent attack on Asian Americans.” She wrote. Six victims were Asian women, Soon Chung Park (74 years old), Hyun Jung Grant (51 years old), Suncha Kim (69 years old), Yong Ae Yue (63 years old), Delaina Ashley Yuan (33 years old), Identified as Paul Andre Michels (54 years old), Xiaojie (Xiaojie). Yan, 49 years old, Daoyou Feng, 44 years old. The shooter, identified as Robert Aaron Long, 21, is currently facing eight murders and one assault. “We are in solidarity with all Asian Americans, saying they are good enough. #StopAsianHate # StandWithAANHPI Community” Be careful of posting.
May Lee also posted on the Instagram page to thank Megan and Fashion Nova for their donations. “Asian women are 2.5 times more likely to be sacrificed” The organizer of the “Mayley Show” said. “That’s why I’m so proud to partner with Fashion NOVA to donate $ 50,000 to Asian Americans who promote Atlanta justice in honor of the eight individuals who died on March 16th. So thanks to Megan Gee Stallion and Fashion Nova for giving me the opportunity to spotlight the work being done by Asian Americans advancing justice. As much as I can to stop the hatred of Asia. Let’s do that. “ Megan and Fashion Nova also recently Donated $ 100,000 to the Breona Taylor Foundation.. A non-profit organization founded by Tamika Palmer, the mother of a 26-year-old African-American woman who was fatally shot by a Louisville police officer in her apartment on March 13, 2020. Feature image via @theestallion (left), @mayleeshow (correct)
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