As of Saturday morning, the photo has over 499,000 likes. In the caption Gomez wrote, “Please pray for those families and babies today. Please always remember what’s important in life. It’s not any of this. We are here to help, inspire and love. Be that change. #wearethenextgeneration.”
Since Israel launched its military campaign in Gaza, several celebrities like Rihanna and NBA star Dwight Howard have caused controversy for tweeting — and then deleting — statements in support of Palestinians.
- Churches across the US are prepping an underground railroad system for immigrants who fear deportation under Trump.
- The widow of a Kansas immigrant allegedly killed by a white nationalist demanded answers from the government about stopping hate crimes.
- At a rally in NYC, trans New Yorkers asked for support from the broader LGBT community — something they haven't always gotten.
- Barack Obama took Malia to see a Broadway show and everyone is talking about how refreshed he's looking 😎