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John Legend, Lizzo and Taraji P. Henson sign letter calling to stop increase on police budget

1 month ago   |   By Daily Mail

The 'open demand' letter aims to instead increase spending on health care, education, and programs for black communities
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Lizzo, John Legend, Natalie Portman and more stars sign open letter calling to ‘defund the police'

Lizzo, John Legend, Natalie Portman and more stars sign open letter calling to ‘defund the police'

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Celebrities have signed an open letter asking for a change in the large amount of funding for law enforcement
Celebrities are making it clear that they would love to see less money going towards police funds and being used to build local communities instead.
Hollywood stars such as John Legend, Taraji P. Henson, Natalie Portman and Jane Fonda have signed an open letter calling for a change in how law enforcement is funded.
According to Variety , the letter - which is titled ‘ DefundPolice' - demands for the end of huge increases in police budgets.
Hollywood stars want to see less money...
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