Jaimie Alexander siger dem, der ikke havde sort på de gyldne glober, should not be ashamed

Jaimie Alexander comes to the defense of those who are facing investigation for not having black in 2018 Golden Globes-a move, as some interpreters are not supportive of Time’s Up-movement.

Den 33-årige, der ankom i en tunge Georges Chakra-kjole på Critics ‘Choice Awards på torsdag, fortalte Med stil på hun bakker bevægelsen og dens hensigt at protestere mod seksuel chikane, men ønsker at afvige folk fra at bringe andre ned.

Jaimie Alexander

Jeg Chloe Gosselin hæle.

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“It’s a very powerful moment, and I believe our world’s history, not just in American history. And I’m proud to be part of this movement. It’s something that has been with me my whole life for various reasons, “fortæller hun os. “I think it’s really important right now to support each other. I know there were a few people who had no blacks on the golden globes. I do not think they should be chastised.”

Hun fortsatte med at forklare hvorfor ikke. “Du behøver ikke at have en outfitfarve til at vise folk hvor du står. Igen betyder at være iført sort i nogle kulturer, at du er i sorg. There are things such and so you can celebrate being a woman, you can fejre ligestilling, fremme ligestilling – og ikke kun med dit garderobevalg, “sagde hun.

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“Det handler virkelig om at støtte hinanden, forstå hinanden og sige:” Ved du hvad? I have dig, I hold your hand, we are here to help each other, we are here to rise because there is power in speech, strength in speech. ‘”

Alexander also offered his younger self in the context of the movement. “I want to come out of your own way. Life is short, just be yourself, enjoy your life,” she said. “You must not worry about what weight you are, calm about what your hair looks like and all that. Just enjoy yourself and there’s time and place for everything just to relax.”

-Med rapportering af Brandi Fowler