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'Why I Protest': A.Chal on Why He Marches in Solidarity With Black Lives Matter

June 7, 2020

While the music industry observed Blackout Tuesday on June 2 across social media in response to the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and countless other black citizens at the hands of police, A.Chal was encouraging his followers to “wake up.”

“I ain't buying this blackout trend,” he wrote on Instagram, expressing that most people posted a black image just to ride the wave without really supporting the cause. “We gotta come together and hold each other responsible!! I will not stay silent!! I will educate myself and others.”

The Peruvian-born artist, who has collaborated with Latin artists such as Lali, Darell, and Fuego, is one of the thousands of people who has taken the streets to protest against racial injustice and police brutality in the U.S.

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