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Indique Hair Boss Ericka Dotson Joins #BlackOutTuesday Online Protest

The Co-founder of America-based virgin hair collection, Indique Hair, Ericka Dotson, has joined the countless number of celebrities and personalities around the world as part of protests to speak up against racism.

This is to stand in solidarity with the family of slain George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25, 2020.

A global campaign with the hashtag #BlackOut Tuesday, is taking place today, June 2, 2020.

Cardi B, Rihanna, Drake, Britney Spears are among the increasing list of stars who have joined the #BlackoutTuesday protest which is aimed at taking a pause from all internet commerce, social media posting including online purchase, video and film streaming.

In Africa, celebrities such as Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, King Promise, Kuami Eugene, Efya, Wizkid, Cassper Nyovest,etc.

Ericka Dotson posted the black image on her Instagram page with the caption “Black Lives Matter. ? Don’t forget to vote today, fam.”


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Black. Lives. Matter. ? Don’t forget to vote today, fam.

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The African-American business woman in another touching post said “Do you believe us when we say that we are tired?? Young and old… We. Are. Tired. This type of support is what I want to see! Thank you Officer, wherever you are, for holding space for this child. It’s our duty as humans to love. ??????? • Highest Love, ???#tiredFor400years #greatergood #spreadlove #unity #peace #itsokaytocry.”

Indique Hair opened its third Ghanaian outletlast year.

The company already has sixteen in the USA, and hopes to open ten more in Nigeria.

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