Reality star Khloe Kardashian has reacted to the death of George Floyd in a powerful message, wondering what the future holds for her daughter, True.
Breaking her silence in the wake of George Floyd’s demise, Khloe penned a heartfelt post on Instagram, stating how blacks have been victimized and have shown superhuman resiliency in the face of constant adversity.
Khloe Kardashian is white but has a mulatto daughter with basketball star Tristan Thompson, and so worries for her infant’s future.
Like so many of you I am angry, heartbroken and disgusted by the murder of George Floyd. We have seen this too many times. Black people have been discriminated against, victimized and murdered for too long, and have shown superhuman resiliency in the face of constant adversity.
It breaks my heart to think about parents having to teach their children how to stay alive. No father should fear for his son’s safety every time he steps foot out the door every morning,” she continued, adding, “No mother should live in fear like that, and as I think about my own daughter, my future children, and all of our children, I know that we have to create a better future for them. One filled with love, light, and compassion, not one filled with hatred and ignorance.”
Speaking further, she said:
I vow to continue to teach my daughter every single day, and with every opportunity, I get, to have love for others, regardless of the color of their skin, their sexuality or their religious beliefs. People are not born racist, they are taught these beliefs, and we must do our part to stop this cycle and put an end to racism in this country,” Khloe said. “I continue to pray for equality for all, understanding and love, and I remain hopeful that together we can help get justice for George and his family, and for every black American who has been murdered, mistreated, abused and ignored.”
See her post below:
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