Celebs Send Love to Minorities After Trump Wins the Election
Tons of celebrities have taken to social media to send their love to minorities – women, people of color, the LGBT community, immigrants, and more – after Donald Trump was elected the next President of the United States.
The Republican candidate said some terrible things about all these groups throughout his campaign and it was widely believed that love would trump hate on election day, but that sadly did not happen.
Dear Muslim, Mexican, immigrant, refugee, handicapped, black, gay, female humans beings, & also dear Earth…you are not forgotten. Promise
— Connie Britton (@conniebritton) November 9, 2016
Once again America has continued to FAIL WOMEN, MINORITIES, MUSLIMS, & IMMIGRANTS, LGBTQ, this is so disgusting.
— Janelle Monáe, Cindi (@JanelleMonae) November 9, 2016
Click inside to read more inspiring tweets from celebrities to minorities in America…
WE EXIST. WE EXIST. WE EXIST. WE EXIST. WE EXIST.
— Rowan Blanchard (@rowblanchard) November 9, 2016
As a proudly gay and sober person… can I please urge all my fellow LGBT sober brothers and sisters to resist the urge to feel defeat today
— Ruby Rose (@RubyRose) November 9, 2016
Well, I can't watch anymore. This is a very sad day and I am utterly disappointed. LGBTQ+, POC, women, muslims & disabled people, be strong.
— Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) November 9, 2016
To all Muslims, Mexicans, women, the disabled, refugees, advocates for human rights and for our planet…tonight we mourn. Then we fight.
— Jason Isaacs (@jasonsfolly) November 9, 2016
To my LGBTQ followers, women, and people of all cultures living in the US, dont be afraid, you are not alone. We will be stronger together!
— Katie Stevens (@thekatiestevens) November 9, 2016
Only women know the true depths and painful nuances of this defeat. We still must be way better than men to be not quite close enough.
— Paula Pell (@perlapell) November 9, 2016
To all of my Muslim, trans, immigrant, Mexican, gay, refugee, black, & female-identifying friends…I'm so, so sorry. Please don't lose hope
— Sierra McCormick (@SierraNMcCormic) November 9, 2016
Anti intellectualism, anti science, anti non whites, anti non Christian, anti gay, anti women, anti health…I'm so sorry, world. Idek.
— #VoteHillary (@druidDUDE) November 9, 2016
I'm taking tonight to grieve for minorities, women, immigrants, muslims & the LGBTQ community but tomorrow I'm waking up ready to fight.
— Jesse Tyler Ferguson (@jessetyler) November 9, 2016
Poc, women, immigrants, Muslims, refugees, LGBT, ppl w/disabilities – my heart is with you.
— Elizabeth Reaser (@reasereaser) November 9, 2016
The real work begins now…#ElectionNight Women, People of Color, LGBTQ, Muslims, Natives…no matter what this election says, YOU MATTER ✊🏽
— Kendrick Sampson (@kendrick38) November 9, 2016
Dear women, people of color, immigrants, the LGBT community: I am so desperately and inexpressibly sorry.
— Nick Wechsler (@Nick_Wechsler) November 9, 2016
To all women.I'm sorry. To all Muslims. I'm sorry. To all with disabilities. I'm sorry. To all Mexicans. I'm sorry.To all LGBT. I'm sorry.
— hannah marks (@hannahmarks) November 9, 2016
Women, I love you & I value you. People of Color, I love you & I value you. Immigrants, I 💙 you & I value you. LGBTQ: I 💙 you & I value you.
— Julie Plec (@julieplec) November 9, 2016
We must reach out to our friends in the immigrant, LGBT, people of color, & female communities. Promise you'll fight for them. And do.
— Chris Lowell (@mrchrislowell) November 9, 2016
LGBT folks, black folks, brown folks, Muslims, women, all those Trump ran against: we already live here.
WE ALREADY LIVE HERE.
— Cameron Esposito (@cameronesposito) November 9, 2016
Individuals of the lgbtq community, Immigrants, Woman, people of color, & those with disabilities. I love you and I stand by YOUR side
— Willow Shields (@WillowShields) November 9, 2016
— Elizabeth Tulloch (@BitsieTulloch) November 9, 2016
Dear Muslims, Immigrants, Women, Disabled, and All People of Color,
I love you – boldly and proudly. We will endure. We will not break.
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) November 9, 2016
A lot of people aren't just heartbroken. They're scared. It doesn't feel safe to be gay/black/female/Muslim/Latino/Jewish in America tonight
— Benj Pasek (@benjpasek) November 9, 2016
I am so effing sorry to every person of color, every Muslim American, every immigrant, every woman and child watching this.
— Glennon Doyle Melton (@Momastery) November 9, 2016