This Tuesday , June 2, 2020 , it will be marked in history thanks to the great global demonstration against racism, especially in the United States. Many have been the celebrities who have joined the #BlackOutTuesday cause , publishing from early in the day a black image on different social networks; being one of them Emma Watson.
The protagonist of Harry Potter , Emma Watson , has been part of this movement, in which justice is demanded for the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer and a better life for all those people of color. However, Emma Watson came in for criticism for posting her black image with white borders, which is not according to what everyone is doing on #BlackOutTuesday.
But the white border is no surprise, since if you browse his personal Instagram , you will notice that in all his photographs he uses the same white border. Something that many did not notice when criticizing it.
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Luckily, there are those who have defended it tooth and nail, highlighting the countless times in which Emma Watson has participated in the UN ; as well as supporting movements on women’s rights, equality, education and even the environment.
Emma Watson está siendo duramente criticada en redes por haber subido una foto negra con un marco blanco a favor del movimiento #BlackLivesMatter
Solo vengo a recordaros que es embajadora de la ONU, participó en el G7 a favor de las mujeres y lucha contra el acoso y abuso sexual pic.twitter.com/zqrJBUc2Vk
— El Traslador ⚯͛ (@El_Traslador) June 2, 2020
¿Qué pasó, Emma Watson? Te molestan en Twitter? pic.twitter.com/l1UcZVDHs7
— Ana Jiménez (@AnaP_Jmnz) June 2, 2020
⚫️ Emma Watson también es filántropa. Fiel defensora de la ecología, trabaja con la firma People Tree
⚫️ Acaba de donar un millón de libras a un fondo contra el acoso sexual
⚫️ Embajadora de CAMFED, que promueve la educación de las niñas de África. pic.twitter.com/i9O64zf5oA
— Yari Dork (@YariDork) June 2, 2020
¿Ya se les olvidó que Emma Watson fue la primera en defender a Noma Dumezweni cuando la atacaron por interpretar a Hermione en la obra de teatro Harry Potter and the Cursed Child? pic.twitter.com/Z2ncYj0Yxw
— Chico en llamas (@victorgochi) June 2, 2020
But Emma Watson has not been the only one to be part of the #BlackDownTuesday and some other celebrities such as Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Ariana Grande, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Tom Hardy, the Jonas Brothers, Ellen Degeneres, Tom Felton, Taika Waititi , among Many more have shared a black image on their social networks with the hashtag #BlackOutTuesday. Here are some of them.