Hollywood star Charlize Theron (44, "Bombshell") longs for change. As the mother of two black daughters, whom she adopted in 2012 and 2015, she is concerned – especially against the backdrop of the ongoing racism debate worldwide. In the "Variety" podcast "The Big Ticket" she said nowthat the moment has come "when we feel brave enough" to change something. "We have to use our voice."
Everyone should be able to fully exploit their potential
"I am a mother of two little black girls and I want them to grow up in a world where they see themselves," said the actress. "And not just in the cinema, but also in life." For August (4) and Jackson (8), they want a world "in which they feel they belong and in which they can shine and exploit their full potential". In general, in the eyes of the 44-year-olds, everyone should be made aware that "they can be whoever they want to be".