Obviously, the ruling in the George Zimmerman case is bringing out a lot of heated reactions from celebrities.
Similarly, Solange Knowles led a protest rally outside of Borough Hall in Brooklyn, New York on Sunday to express her shock and appall at the recent judgement that George Zimmerman was completely guiltless in his shooting and killing of Trayvon Martin.
But Solange isn't the only Knowles upset with the jury's decision.
Her sister Beyoncé stopped her concert in Bridgestone Arena, Tennessee to honor Trayvon Martin after the not guilty verdict had been reached.
At the protest, Solange was seen holding the sign (above) with a quote from human rights' activist, Malcolm X, which read:
"I'm for truth, no matter who tells. I'm for justice, no matter who it's for or against."
After the rally, Solange had this to tweet:
This controversial verdict aside, it's nice to see celebrities exercising one of our countries many hard-earned liberties: the right to assemble peacefully!
[Image via HRC/WENN.]
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