Calls for Louisiana’s Confederate statues to be replaced with Britney Spears monument hieghtens. Earlier, Florida swat team resign over “political climate” and prioritizing safety of dogs over team members.
Across the country, protesters against racial injustice are toppling statues and defacing monuments seen as embodying white supremacy, Kentucky lawmakers voted Friday to remove a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis from the capitol rotunda.
A petition from 3 years ago calls for Confederate statues in New Orleans to be replaced with statues of pop star Britney Spears has recently picked up new steam.
Before becoming one of the world’s most important and influential pop legends, Britney Spears was living life in a small southern town by the name of Kentwood, Louisiana. Not only has Britney proven her talent, but she’s proven her strength of character by not only overcoming highly publicized mental breakdown, but by continuously working towards improving herself. She’s an inspiration to millions.
Calls For Louisiana’s Confederate statues To Be replaced with Britney Spears monument Hieghtens.
While Britney’s contributions are too many to list here, below are a few examples of her charitable efforts to give back to her beloved home state:
– In 2006, “The Britney Spears Foundation” raised $585,000 for charity, and donated a large portion of it to Hurricane Katrina relief programmes. Teamed up with Red Cross in 2016 to raise money for Louisiana flood victims. Along with Ellen DeGeneres, donated $250,000 to this relief.
Spears is currently donating some of her Vegas ticket show sales to Louisiana schools for flood recovery. The money donated will be contributed to a state fund, which will help teachers purchase supplies and materials. She’s already earned her star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, and now it’s time for her home state to honor her with the tribute that she deserves.
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