Giannis Antetokounmpo and other Bucks players take part in the BLM protest in Milwaukee
After George Floyd’s murder, more and more NBA players are taking part in the fight against racial discrimination in protests against Black Lives Matter in the United States. The most recent example was the Milwaukee Bucks superstar and the league’s reigning MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Antetokounmpo took part in a march protest in Milwaukee and, as reported, spoke to the other demonstrators for about 30 minutes Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Giannis talked about justice and how he wanted his son Charles to be “not afraid to walk on the street” when he was growing up.
“This is our city, man. We have to get out of here and support. “
“We want change, we want justice, and that’s why we’re out here,” said Antetokounmpo. “We will do that today. Therefore I will march with you.
“I want my child to grow up here in Milwaukee and not be afraid to walk on the street. I don’t want my child to have hate in his heart, ”said the Bucks superstar. according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Antetokounmpo was supported by Buck’s teammates Sterling Brown, Donte DiVincenzo, Brook Lopez, two-way player Frank Mason II and Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Giannis’ brother.