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David Schwimmer Joins Black Lives Matter Protesters With Ex-Wife In New York City

The entire world is coming together to march peacefully for the Black Lives Matter movement, demanding justice for George Floyd, and demanding change.

Among the people who joined the cause is Friends star, David Schwimmer, who took to the streets in New York City to join others.

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David Schwimmer has joined the protesters that are fighting racism in New York.

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He went past just posting on social media, and decided to take to the streets to join others in a peaceful march.

He also wrote a very sweet message about it.

"Yesterday at the Protest & Vigil, downtown NY." Schwimmer wrote on his Instagram post.

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"We're no longer a couple, but @zoebuckman and I are parents of a nine year old, and fellow advocates for social justice and reform."

But he didn't stop there.

"We marched in honor of the countless black lives lost to racial violence;"

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"to oppose the institutional racism and systemic bias against marginilized communities;

to show our love for, and solidarity with, our family members, colleagues and friends of color;"

"because we are angry and appalled by the shocking indifference of our President;"

"and to demand a better future for our children. ALL of our children. It is not enough to be opposed to racism. We must be actively opposed to it."

Buckman shared something similar on her own account, captioning it:

"No justice: no peace. (It was painful powerful beautiful. Everyone wore a mask. I love you NYC.)"

In her post were multiple pictures of the protest and some videos.

"These are our streets. Keep showing up. It’s happening. Black Lives Matter. 🖤 with my comrade and co-parent".

Their messages are undoubtedly incredibly important, and it's even more important to show up, when and if you can.