The Crazy Rich Asians star and his wife protested in Los Angeles on June 3.
"Black lives have always mattered," Boyega said on Wednesday during a Black Lives Matter protest in London. "We have always been important. We have always meant something. We have always succeeded regardless. And now is the time. I ain't waiting. I ain't waiting."
After bringing her daughters to a peaceful protest in Newport Beach, Calif., The Bachelor star shared on Instagram, "I hope it encourages them to be braver than I was growing up when it comes to using their voice and taking action."
On June 2, the actress said she was arrested during a protest in Los Angeles.
The singer and influencer attended a demonstration in Hollywood on Monday, June 1.
"I think that what you saw on television, to watch this man plead for his life," Foxx said at Minneapolis press conference on Friday, May 30. "As I sit with my two daughters, my nephews .. what it does is, it over-complicates everything as a black man trying to tell his son or his daughter how to function in life. Even the things that we've taught them don't seem to work."
The Insecure star attended protests in Los Angeles and shared that he had been shot with rubber bullets. "Glad y'all witnessed this. Esp the video of them actually targeting us," the actor said, after the incident was captured on his IG Live and CNN's cameras. "He didn't try to ricochet the bullets of the ground - one tactic - he pointed the gun DIRECTLY AT ME," Kendrick added. "I actually got hit 7 times with rubber bullets and many with batons. My boy has stitches."
"do not underplay these rubber bullets bc you have been told they are 'not lethal.' I had to bandage a man who looked like his entire face had exploded today," Halsey , who was joined by Yungblud, wrote on Twitter. "So before you say, from the comfort of your home, that we're exaggerating, please consider the injuries some have suffered."
The rocker marched down Hollywood Boulevard in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The supermodel and her husband joined protests in Los Angeles.
Accompanied by her boyfriend Dalton Gomez and friend Doug Middlebrook, the pop star shared images of a protest in LA. she attended. "hours and miles of peaceful protesting yesterday that got little to no coverage," she wrote. "all throughout beverly hills and west hollywood we chanted, people beeped and cheered along. we were passionate, we were loud, we were loving. cover this too please."
The couple attended a march in Hollywood.
"It's something I believe in," the YouTube star told NBC's Gadi Schwartz at a protest in Hollywood. "I feel like this is a part of history and I don't want to be on the wrong side."
The actress was joined by her girlfriend, Dylan Meyer, at a peaceful protest in Los Angeles on Tuesday, June 2.
The 22-year-old brought a handmade sign to a protest in West Hollywood.
The Hollywood star expressed his support for the Black Lives Matter movement in Los Angeles.
The singer stepped out in Downtown Los Angeles with a Black Lives Matter sign. "Show up," she wrote on Instagram.
"LAPD shot me with a projectile when nobody was doing anything other than just standing there. They did way worse to the POC and especially Black folx there," the Orange Is the New Black actor shared.
"LEAVE SANTA MONICA NOW IF YOU CAN I WAS JUST TEAR GASSED THEY ARE ARRESTING EVERYONE AND TEAR GASSING ALL CROWDS," the singer shared on Twitter.
The Westworld star attended the Los Angeles protests this weekend. "I can say that the #LosAngelesProtest was entirely peaceful until the @LAPDHQ arrived and escalated it," she expressed. "@MayorOfLA are you seeing this? Also, where was the robust media coverage then ? #BlackLivesMatter."
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star joined protests in her city and shared images of the events. "We stand together," she captioned on image.
"Today we protested. Today we went beyond our platform," the Bachelorette alum shared. "Today we put action behind our words. Today we used our voices to make a difference. Today is just one day in the fight. We have to keep pushing forward and demanding change."
The actor attended the Chicago protest on Saturday and shared footage of his experience. "Cops didn't like me filming the burning car so they came at me with batons," he wrote on Twitter, alongside a video. "Hitting my bike. Ahhm here's the audio."
"I am no different from the next man. Every voice matters and must be heard," he wrote on Instagram, alongside footage of him speaking to a crowd.