Stevie Wonder has called on people to vote for a change that brings an end to systemic racism in the United States.
“If life can have an ending, all things can have an ending. Systemic racism can have an ending. Police brutality can have an ending. Economic repression of black and brown people can have an ending. People can have an ending. A movement without action is a movement standing still,” Wonder said in a video he posted on YouTube, titled “The Universe Is Watching Us.”
In the five-minute video, he questioned why three states – North Dakota, South Dakota and Hawaii – still do not celebrate Juneteenth.
The blind singer suggested President Donald Trump will one day be sorry for calling protesters “thugs,” immigrants “rapists” and African counties “sh*tholes.”
“Move your feet to the polls and use your hands to vote. The future is in your hands. We have the power to vote, and we can make a change,” Wonder said.