As well as donating to the Aboriginal Legal Service and sharing details about upcoming Australian BLM protests with his audience, Remy Hii also shared a very powerful message on the movement:
"This search for justice doesn’t end at the marches — it is present in every action and interaction you have for the rest of your life," he said. "The choices you make, the words you speak reverberate into the world we live in, and we all have the responsibility to stamp out injustice when we see it."
The actor also shared a moving story about his own experiences growing up in Australia, saying: "When I was young, my mum always told me at school to look out for the quiet ones, the kid with no friends, the kid who was getting bullied and make them your friend. To stand up for the kid that no one would stand up for. When I arrived in Australia as a child, for many years that kid was me. I have never stopped looking out for that child, and I ask you — look out for them."
"I am so heartened by the posts of my friends and others on my feed these last weeks sharing positive avenues that we can all participate in, even if you can not march today. I will be sharing some links in my story and feed so that you can donate to worthy causes and make sure that that kid knows their voice matters, their life matters. Black Lives Matter."