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Justin Bieber Embarrassed for Not Using Platform to Address Racism Before George Floyd's Death

AceShowbiz Tuesday, 2 June 2020
While the 'Intentions' admits to CNN commentator Angela Rye that he feels bad, his wife Hailey Baldwin vows to keep learning how to be an ally to the African-American communities.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the House of Commons about anti-Black racism and his past use of blackface in response to protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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