Jane Fonda who was supporter of the Black Panther party during the 1960’s civil rights movement. She has always been vocal about the situation facing America for decades and once again stirred up her country with remarks that President Trump needs to be removed from his post at the White House.
For African Americans, she is seen as someone who could feel the pain that is currently ripping through the neighborhoods after the police handling of George Floyd that led to his death. The rest of the United States is also talking about her potent message with Don Lemon on CNN.
Jane Fonda on CNN dressed like a Black Panther Party member, black beret and all, she says White people need to understand the reality that Black people live in, White privilege, and policy change is needed. #protests2020 pic.twitter.com/EYazjbtWdq
— PhDCandidacyStatus (@PhDPsych2019) June 1, 2020
Jane Fonda has been protesting with people for her entire life. She’s someone who knows what it takes and she’s still out here, black panther style. Damn, she’s fucking inspiring. pic.twitter.com/6kqRUS9vyy
— King Ry 👑 (@RyleyRadical) June 1, 2020
There is a black panther documentary on Netflix that is so good. She is on it very briefly.
— Mauri (@De_Nycole1) June 1, 2020
Lifelong political and social activist, Jane Fonda, has been dedicating her life fighting for equal rights and social justice — including the Black Panthers in the 1960s — since before you were born, child.
Try learning American history BEFORE your narcissistic ego thumping.
— Ciaress (@Ciaress) June 1, 2020
Jane Fonda out here representin Black Panthers, WE SEE YOU 🖤✊🏾💪🏾pic.twitter.com/XdeYilvNcr
— Queena 🦺🇯🇲🇺🇲 (@AzulaScarlet) June 1, 2020