Mr. George Floyd’s death justice protest moves forward to across the cities of the United States. Athletes throughout the world hand in hand with the public raising their voice against racial discrimination. Meanwhile, Rising tennis star Coco Gauff delivers her greatest speech on racism at the hometown of Delray Beach, Florida.
Coco Gauff said on peaceful protest, “I think I’m here protesting the same thing that she did 50-plus years ago we must first love each other no matter what we must have the tough conversations with my friends I’ve been spending all week having tough conversations trying to educate my nonblack friends on how they can help the movement.”
“The second, we need to take action and yes we’re all here protesting and I’m not of a shovel but it’s in your hands to vote for my future for my brother’s future and for your future so that’s one way you need to use your voice no matter how big or small your platform is you need to use your voice,” Gauff added.
“ I’m fighting for the future for my future grandchildren”-Coco Gauff
As a sixteen-year-old, Coco Gauff also is showing her aggressiveness in the protest field. She explained that this is the right moment for change and bring freedom to future kids.
“I was eight years old when Trayvon Martin was killed so why am I here at 16 still demanding change and it breaks my heart because I’m fighting for the future for my brothers I’m fighting for the future for my future kids I’m fighting for the future for my future grandchildren“
“so we must change now and I promise to always use my platform the spread was spreading vital information spread awareness and fight racism black lies have always mattered they mattered then they matter now and then will matter in the future” Coco Gauff concluded.
After the one week of Floyd’s death, this was the first time Federer publicly addressed the matter. He posted the black photo with a heart emoji for caption in all his social media accounts.
Federer one of the highest followed persons in social media accounts. Coco Gauff replied to Fedrers’ post and helping his post be useful. On Federer’s post-Coco replyed with a link named “ways to Help”.
Coco Gauff has suggested that Roger Federer should “educate” himself after responding to the Swiss star’s support to the movement. Gauff’s response to Federer also included, “When you are done, educate yourself. This doesn’t go away once the topic isn’t trending.”