Beyoncé's Mom On Social Justice: 'Get Out And Vote' | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC 1

Beyoncé’s Mom On Social Justice: ‘Get Out And Vote’ | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC

 

In addition to being an incredible musical artist, Beyoncé has made a name for herself as an activist for social justice and change. She showed her support for social justice issues at the BET awards mere weeks ago, marched with Jay-Z to protest the killing of Trayvon Martin and even rallied against Donald Trump in 2016. Now, her mother Tina is lobbying Congress to pass the "Heroes Act" to provide help to those hurt by the coronavirus and to ensure voting rights during this pandemic. Knowles-Lawson joins "The Beat" to discuss her family's efforts to make lasting change across the nation. (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC. ). Aired on 7/17/2020.
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Beyoncé's Mom On Social Justice: 'Get Out And Vote' | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC

32 comments

    1. Right? I admire Beyonce’s promotion of “All the Single Ladies” in this world and her dedication to destroy the nuclear family. Strong women stick together like Beyonce, Hillary Clinton, and her mentor Margaret Sanger. If Sanger was alive today, she would be so proud of Beyonce and her success! Although there seems to be something strangely wrong about everything I just wrote buy I just can’t figure out what and why….

  1. “You’re proving to our ancestors their struggle was not in vain”….That in itself is profound statement!. Beautifully said.

    1. Yes, but The only real answer to poverty for ADOS, police brutality, health disparities and anti-African American racism, is complete reparations for the American Descendants of Slavery, #ADOS. Reparations is a debt owed to the descendants of slavery in America for the 400 years of oppression. Reparations will include $14 to $18 trillion dollars, and a 400 year Marshall plan with complete government protections and more.
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=R8bY2zDYxXs

      https://youtu.be/HpyVo5o2u-Y

    1. The only real answer to poverty for ADOS, police brutality, health disparities and anti-African American racism, is complete reparations for the American Descendants of Slavery, #ADOS. Reparations is a debt owed to the descendants of slavery in America for the 400 years of oppression. Reparations will include $14 to $18 trillion dollars, and a 400 year Marshall plan with complete government protections and more.
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=R8bY2zDYxXs

      https://youtu.be/HpyVo5o2u-Y

  2. She’s beautiful inside and out. I love the way this family silence negativity my ignoring them. They do so much for the community without being boastful. Thank You Mrs. Knowles-Larson and Queen Beyonce for the exemplifying excellence.

  3. I admire Beyonce’s promotion of “All the Single Ladies” and her dedication to destroy the nuclear family. Strong women stick together like Beyonce, Hillary Clinton, and her mentor Margaret Sanger. Sanger would be so proud of Beyonce if she was alive today! Way to represent the black community! Although there seems to be something strangely wrong about everything I just wrote buy I just can’t figure out what and why….

    1. “. . . . her dedication to destroy the nuclear family.” Is that REALLY what you meant to say???

  4. NO CORRUPTION COMMERCIAL ON CORRUPTION.
    WITH A SYSTEM COMMERCIAL , Will NEVER A SOLUTION. SHUTDOWN ALWAYS.

  5. I find it odd that republicans are so against greater access to valid voting. I mean, if they’re the party of “real” American values and what America truly needs and wants, then why not have that proven by having all the voices heard?

    1. i find it odd the dems rigged the DNC two elections in a row, yet blame republicans for tampering with elections lol.

  6. I’ve been so worried I won’t be able to do a mail-in vote in Houston because of voter suppression efforts. I’ve been stressing about it. It’s been a really dark couple of months. I’m really grateful to see Bey out there trying to help us yet again. I share her love for this city and I understand even though I’ve only lived here half my life. If I can vote without having to risk my health… maybe things don’t feel so hopeless.

    1. If you have ANY trouble, scream it to the heavens! report it to the news! you know they’ll listen… and so will we!! Together and Forward !

  7. I really hope that everyone votes in November. Find a way. This is the most important election of our lives

    1. But The only real answer to poverty for ADOS, police brutality, health disparities and anti-African American racism, is complete reparations for the American Descendants of Slavery, #ADOS. Reparations is a debt owed to the descendants of slavery in America for the 400 years of oppression. Reparations will include $14 to $18 trillion dollars, and a 400 year Marshall plan with complete government protections and more.
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=R8bY2zDYxXs

      https://youtu.be/HpyVo5o2u-Y

  8. Believe me- I decided months ago, that I’d be walking my neighborhood with a sign urging people to vote. This man, (Trump), wants to actually take away the Cares ACT during a pandemic?! It feels like they’re trying to reduce the population by killing us. I know- sounds crazy but, what else are you supposed to think?!

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