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the U.S. men’s national team’s stars came together to protests against the death of George Floyd

To headline an anti-police brutality campaign, Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger and Bayern Munich’s fullback Alphonso Davies joined USA Men’s national team stars were joined Weston McKennie, Tyler Adams, and Christian Pulisic

McKennie was one of several Bundesliga stars offering solidarity messages in the wake of the Minneapolis murder of George Floyd.

Floyd ‘s death incited worldwide fights, after the shooting of Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvino squeezing his knee on the individual’s neck for over eight minutes in spite of sobbing for help.

the U.S. men's national team's stars came together to protests against the death of George Floyd

McKennie expressed “Equity for George Floyd” on his captain’s bracelet for Schalke ‘s misfortune to Weder Bremen while Jadon Sancho, Achraf Hakimi, and Marcus Thuram also made statements after scoring with the Bundesliga throughout the end of the week affirming that none of the individuals who fought would be rebuffed.

In the days after, McKennie says he wants to continue talking about social issues and police savagery in the U.S., with another video facilitated by the Schalke star featuring a choice of present and previous USMNT stars.

Several other USMNT stars are joining McKennie, Adams, and Pulisic including Jozy Altidore, Jonathan Lewis, Giovanni Reyna, Josh Sargent, Zack Steffen, and DeAndre Yedlin. A pair of USMNT symbols in Clint Dempsey and DaMarcus Beasley as well as the U.S. ladies’ national team forward Mallory Pugh are also included.

In any case, the video isn’t constrained to American internationals, since Rudiger and Davies are joined by Thilo Kehrer of Paris Saint-Germain, Rabbi Matondo, and Omar Mascrell of Schalke, and the Berlin of Hertha.

Also appearing are NBA stars Larry Nance Jr. and Cristiano Felicio, speaking to the particular Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls.

Following on McKennie ‘s tweet, the midfielder incorporated a connection to help the Movement for Black Lives Matter. On Sunday McKennie and Schalke face Union Berlin.