Wearing a black bandanna and black clothing, the former Glee star marched the streets in Hollywood, California. Criss and Swier held a handmade sign that read "Black Trans Lives Matter" and "Black Lives Cannot Be Replaced." Criss can also be seen with his fist in the air, a worldwide symbol to fight police brutality.
Criss has been very vocal and supportive of the LGBTQIA+ community and the sign that they held was a reminder that June is also Pride Month.
Criss Takes To Twitter
Profound and precise words from @scottwoodssays. This is only one piece of his many admirable and enlightening essa… https://t.co/8LoD7Excdy— Darren Criss (@Darren Criss) 1591080358
The following quote came from writer Scott Wood. This is one of many protests happening across the country in the wake of the tragic death of George Floyd. Floyd was killed by police officer, Derek Chauvin. Criss is just one of the many celebrities helping to fight for this cause.
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