Donate more to Don Chadle, Seth Rosen and the Minnesota Freedom Fund – Variety2 min read
After the death of George Floyd, many celebrities came together to raise money for the Minnesota Freedom Fund and donate to others.
Despite not being able to breathe more than once, Floyd died in Minneapolis for a few minutes, with the police officer kneeling on his neck for a few minutes. The officer was arrested and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter a few days later. Three more police officers have been fired in connection with the incident who were widely seen in the video.
Across all social media, people have started donating to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, an organization that pays for those arrested and those in need of bail.
After President Trump tweeted at the White House on Friday that it was going to be a “MAGA Knight” after protesters gathered outside, Chrissy Tegan announced that he would pay a 100,000 grant to expel people on bail. He later raised his pledge to ,000 200,000.
“In celebration of F-Moga Night, whatever it is, I promise to grant দিতে 100,000 in bail to protesters across the country,” he wrote.
The Safdi Brothers and Seth Rosen also launched a series of donations to the Minnesota Freedom Fund, urging Steve Carell, Ben Schwartz and Don Chaddle to match their contributions.
Composers such as Harry Styles, Kehlani, Lil Nass X, Nonam and Kali Uchis also donated and spread the word of Floyd’s death.
Other celebrities who have donated include Jamil Jamil, Nick Kroll, Abby Jacobson and many more.