We Stand With All People

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Here at Project Fangirl, we stand together with all people no matter who they are.

We need to stand together in the face of the issues that currently face the world. The coronavirus overtook the world with thousands dead and the death toll is still rising. Then, there’s the unlawful murder of African-American man George Floyd at the hands of white police officers.

Here at Project Fangirl, we stand together with every culture, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. We do not discriminate against anyone, no matter what they look like. Every person deserves a voice, and we want to help people understand that there’s more to life than white privilege and that ALL lives matter.

People who harm others due to the colour of their skin should be punished and it shouldn’t matter what they look like. Everyone should be treated equally. We applaud everyone who is speaking up against the racists and xenophobes of the world and we want to add our voices to the millions who want to create a better future for the next generation.

We stand together in unity for the changes that we want to happen, but we cannot do it alone. Everyone in this world can do better which is why we are adding our voice to the mix of bloggers, vloggers, and other creatives to show where we stand in this very important issue.

We will allow ourselves to learn and educate ourselves in how to help those who want their message and voices heard. In saying that, we pledge our platform to be a place where everyone, no matter who they are, can talk freely without feeling out of place.

Black Lives Matter and we support that. We want all readers to know that we support everyone and that everyone is welcome here. Our content caters for everyone and we want everyone to feel included.

About Author

C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!

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