All the cool people are at a Black Lives Matter protest

All the cool people are at a Black Lives Matter protest

Ariana Grande
J. Cole
Chatting away: As others took pictures of him, he smiled with his shaggy hair down, helmet in his hand and facial covering resting below his chin
Norman Reedus
Solidarity: Cara has been outspoken on her social views on her Twitter account
Cara Santana
Take a knee: Dern joined a huge crowd as she took a knee with son Ellery, 18, showing solidarity with the peaceful demonstration
Laura Dern
Support: Machine Gun Kelly (left) and Travis Barker (right) were just two of the celebrities who joined the crowds to march against racial injustice and Floyd's death, in Los Angeles on Tuesday
Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker
Alongside: Youtube star Logan Paul and his model girlfriend Josie Conseco also joined MGK and Barker at protests in Hollywood on Tuesday
Logan Paul and Josie Conseco
Passionate: 'Stand together with the community, with society to stop, stop the governmental oppression,' the Scream Queens actress begged of the men in the powerful video
Keke Palmer
Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas
Standing up: Ireland seen attending a protest on Tuesday afternoon
Ireland Baldwin
Black Lives Matter: Emily Ratajkowski took to the streets of Los Angeles Tuesday to march alongside husband Sebastian Bear-McClard and other Black Lives Matter supporters
Emily Ratajkowski
Walking the walk: Jaime King showed solidarity with protesters on Tuesday by taking to the streets, herself
Jaime King
Bandit chic: For her Tuesday outing, the 30-year-old SAG Award winner went incognito in a blue flannel, which she layered over a white t-shirt, and paired with a cropped pair of grey trousers
Kristin Stewart
Tyga protests: Tyga showed up to support the ongoing protests over the tragic death of George Floyd, alongside a mystery companion that bears resemblance to his ex Kylie Jenner
Madison protests: Madison Beer isn't letting getting hit with tear gas deter her from protesting the unjust death of George Floyd.
Madison Beer
Allies: Darren Criss and his wife Mia Swier joined in to let their voices be heard about the tragic death of George Floyd
Darren Criss
Dedicated: Tinashe took to the streets of Hollywood on Tuesday to join the day's protest over the senseless killing of George Floyd, who died at the hands of police on May 25
Support: Cara Delevingne joined crowds to march on Tuesday in Los Angeles, after the death of George Floyd incited protests across the country
Cara Delevingne
Peaceful protest: She stood with a group of peaceful protesters wearing face masks and holding up signs after several days of violent police response
Paris Jackson
Courtney protests: Courtney Stodden joined dozens of protesters letting their voice be heard about the tragic death of George Floyd
Courtney Stodden
Peaceful protest: Porsha Williams shared shaky and terrifying footage of herself fleeing down a sidewalk, after she was hit by by pepper spray on Monday in Atlanta, Georgia
Porsha Williams
Taking part: Shawn Mendes, 21, and Camila Cabello, 23, joined protestors at a peaceful demonstration in Miami on Monday with their own cardboard signs following the death of George Floyd
Sean Mendes and Camila Cabello
Safe: Halsey turned to Twitter to clarify she was not arrested during the Los Angeles' protests on Saturday, after much speculation on social media

Kendrick Sampson was shot with rubber bullets.
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