The News spread like wildfire on social media when news broke that an African American had been deliberately killed by an American police officer in public the video of that scene was seen almost all over the world. The incident prompted protests across the United States and millions of Americans took to the streets in support of George Floyd and not only in the United States but almost everywhere from Asia to Europe.
On Social Media Hashtags, #BlackLivesMatter #JusticeforGeorgeFloyd & #IcantBreath is trending since last week. Now Facebook & Instagram has also come forward and shown support with George Floyd and the Black Community.
Instagram changed his profile picture and cover on Facebook showing solidarity with George Floyd
Facebook did the same changed his logo (profile picture) to black and cover as well,
CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote a note.
We stand with the Black community — and all those working towards justice in honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and far too many others whose names will not be forgotten.
Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri changed his profile picture and wrote a note on Instagram.
We hear you, we see you, and we are with you. We stand against racism. We stand with our black community. We stand with all those working toward justice.
Black Lives Matter Facebook & Instagram hashtag #Shareblackstories
I DJ Kamal Mustafa (EMEA TRIBUNE) Stands with the black community & Americans in this difficult time, I want to tell them that Pakistan stands with you, your sorrow is our sorrow, we all want justice for George Floyd.
Now if you have something to share with EMEA TRIBUNE use hashtag #ShareBlackStories and send me your videos/photos or if you have news or want to say anything in support of Black Community or George Floyd, EMEA TRIBUNE will publish it voluntarily.
Facebook & Instagram policies are better than any other social media site. Facebook inc does not tolerate racism or racists, making Facebook and Instagram a Giant social networking site.