The famous British actress Lucy Boynton posted a quote on her Instagram account and shared some suggestions about what people could do to contribute Black Lives Matter movement.

The talented actress Lucy Boynton, who was better known with her role as Mary Austin in the film ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ has been using her social media accounts often to respond certain causes, such as Black Lives Matter movement.

Recently on Instagram, Lucy posted a quote about taking an action followed by several announcements about current protests in London. On the caption of her post, she aimed to inform her fans and followers about the peaceful protests and the other ways to support the important cause of Black Lives Matter.

Here’s what the quote Lucy Boynton shared were saying:

“We can’t take our foot off of the gas!”

Furthermore, on the caption of her Instagram post, she mentioned an upcoming peaceful protest in London in order to support Black Trans Lives and she wanted her fans to join. At the end of her list of advice, Lucy stated the most effective way to make a chance, which was ‘voting.’

Here’s the list of suggestions stated by Lucy Boynton on the caption of her Instagram post:

How are you all keeping your foot on the gas? These slides are just a few tangible suggestions I’m engaging in but I’d love to hear yours.

1. If you are able to attend there is a peaceful protest in London on Saturday in support of Black Trans Lives! 🌈

2. This post by The Black Curriculum is an indication of how inaccurately our government views our curriculum. It should be mandatory for schools to teach an accurate portrayal of history, not a school by school choice or education saved for Black History Month… For a government that promotes “broad and balanced” education there’s no excuse for the exclusion of black history. The Black Curriculum‘s work is amazing so do check out their page & site.

3. My reading list is long. This extract is from Me And White Supremacy by Layla F Saad which includes pages of journal prompts/questions to discuss with friends or family so also acts as a practical guide. I’ve also just finished White Fragility which was an informative read. So if you can buy or borrow – do!

4. Keep signing and sharing petitions, sending emails and making calls. For Breonna Taylor, for Elijah McClain and for every life that deserves justice. and

5. Vote! to effect change!

And let’s keep doing our own research and reading too. Instagram and social media can be an echo chamber that reinforces our own beliefs so doesn’t give us the full spectrum of perspective, so let’s keep making sure to reach outside of it for information and conversation.

See the post Lucy Boynton shared on her official Instagram account below.

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How are you all keeping your foot on the gas? These slides are just a few tangible suggestions I’m engaging in but I’d love to hear yours. 1. If you are able to attend there is a peaceful protest in London on Saturday in support of Black Trans Lives! 🌈 2. This post by @theblackcurriculum is an indication of how inaccurately our government views our curriculum. It should be mandatory for schools to teach an accurate portrayal of history, not a school by school choice or education saved for Black History Month… For a government that promotes “broad and balanced” education there’s no excuse for the exclusion of black history. @theblackcurriculum ‘s work is amazing so do check out their page & site. 3. My reading list is long. This extract is from Me And White Supremacy by Layla F Saad which includes pages of journal prompts/questions to discuss with friends or family so also acts as a practical guide. I’ve also just finished White Fragility which was an informative read. So if you can buy or borrow – do! 4. Keep signing and sharing petitions, sending emails and making calls. For Breonna Taylor, for Elijah McClain and for every life that deserves justice. and 5. Vote! to effect change! In addition here are some great accounts to follow: @osopepatrisse @tamikadmallory @theblackcurriculum @galdemzine @janetmock @ashleemariepreston @mspackyetti @munroebergdorf @soyouwanttotalkabout And let’s keep doing our own research and reading too. Instagram and social media can be an echo chamber that reinforces our own beliefs so doesn’t give us the full spectrum of perspective, so let’s keep making sure to reach outside of it for information and conversation.

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