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Janet Jackson, Beyoncé and Ashanti speak out on the recent killings among black men

Janet Jackson is one of the many artists who is speaking out against the recent killings of innocent black men by police officers. Janet posted a video to her Facebook account called, "Can't Be Stopped" featuring several hashtags dedicated to the those whose lives were lost.  Beyoncé had a moment of silence during her "Formation World Tour" and listed all the names of the various victims that have lost their lives over a big screen. Other stars that have spoken out during this genocide include Ashanti, Demi Lovato, Pink, Taraji P. Henson(show: "Empire"), etc. Many are upset at those artists who have chose not to speak up but that is their choice. It doesn't mean they don't care or are not personally affected by this genocide, but we should keep that in mind. But I think as a public figure nowadays when their all practically very active on social media posting business ventures, trips, music, etc, you would think they would take the time to post something. Last night several Dallas police officers were shot and killed after a protest in Dallas. They've said to have one man in custody and is looking for another. I can't say I'm surprised this has happened. It is unfortunate that innocent lives are being taken left and right. #BlackLivesMatter #AllLivesMatter #StopKillingOurBlackMenPoliceOfficers #BlacksStopKillingBlacks #LetsStandTogether 

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