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Kate Mara Gets Moved By the Protests for Ferguson in NYC

Kate Mara Gets Moved By the Protests for Ferguson in NYC

Kate Mara stays bundled up in a scarf as she heads to a business meeting on Tuesday afternoon (November 25) in the Soho neighborhood of New York City.

The day before, the 31-year-old Man Down actress was spotted chatting with a friend during a walk around.

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That same week, Kate was in awe of the different cities showing their support for Ferguson by protesting.

“Seriously moving #handsupdontshoot march happening in NYC’s East village right now. #Ferguson,” she tweeted.

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  • JesChastain

    Seriously moving… seriously?! Seriously.

  • Marie

    It was a ‘moving’ experience when they tried to stop the parade altogether with their protests? Now you have scared kids everywhere that are traumatized after seeing the protesters fighting with the police.

  • Patricia

    What about all the traumatized people that are afraid to go outside their houses because a policeman may be feeling like they are dangerous and shot them? Maybe it wasn’t the best time for a parade in the first place.

  • Patricia

    Her intention is the important thing, not the choice of words.

  • Marie

    So your answer is to then traumatize kids? I understand the system is not perfect and has failed many times but that doesn’t mean you should go around and stopping parades that have been part of a tradition for years. It’s like saying that if someone stole from you then you should go steal from someone else. Seriously?? If you want justice and progress then maybe they should do in a more positive way instead of hurting others. “An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind”- Ghandi

  • Patricia

    No, I’m saying to stop distorting everything. She didn’t say she supported “traumatizing” children, she sent her support to Ferguson. Most people protesting are doing so peacefully, but people talk as if they were all criminals. And yes, I think fighting for humans’ rights is more important than a parade. I don’t think missing a parade one year is so important and parents should have realized it was not the best moment for it. I think children would be more traumatized knowing they live in a racist country than for missing a parade. And children wouldn’t be traumatized if parents spent some time and effort explaining what’s happening to them, instead of complaining about it in the Internet. Children are not idiots, they realize about more things that grown ups think.

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