Mitt Romney joins the match against racism, recalls when his dad did the same

Picture source: Mitt Romney’s Twitter account

Mitt Romney, a Latter-day saint, a politician, a former United States presidential candidate and a father and husband has joined the march against racism in the wake of the death of George Floyd. He posted on his Twitter handle a picture showing him with other protesters marching against racism and calling for justice with the Black Lives Matter.

He also posted a picture showing when his father, George Romney participated in a Civil Rights match in the Detroit suburb during the late 1960s. His father said, “Force alone will not eliminate riots, we must eliminate the problem from which they stem.”

Related story: President Nelson joins NAACP leaders to release a statement on racism & finding a lasting solution to it

Apart from the Mitt Romney, President Nelson, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and pop star Alex Boye have all joined to say, Black Lives Matter.

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1 COMMENT

  1. I am a great believer that we are all the same in our grand designer who designed us as humans were not given different conditions or even loved differently. He offered an unconditional love to all so all races and colours in life is the greatest creation of our life.

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