Soul and R&B legend Stevie Wonder has called on his fans in the United States to vote in November. “Systemic racism can come to an end. Police brutality can end. The economic oppression of black and brown people can come to an end, »said the 70-year-old musician in a video on Twitter.
A movement that does not act is a movement that stands still. «To all who say that it means something to them – move more than your mouth. Move your feet to the polling stations and use your hands to vote. » Wonder alluded to the fact that, in particular, African American US citizens often voluntarily waive their right to vote. The multiple Grammy award winner Wonder has been involved in politics for a long time, he fights against racism and for equal opportunities for people of all skin colors.
A new president will be elected in the United States in November. The challenger to incumbent President Donald Trump is former Vice President Joe Biden. The violent death of black American George Floyd in a police operation at the end of May had caused horror worldwide. Since then, hundreds of thousands of people have been protesting against racism under the motto "Black Lives Matter".