Image from the #SomedayIsToday campaign, which includes various celebrities speaking out against racism and police brutality

Once again, celebrities of black Hollywood have used their platform for change, this time in a new, moving visual campaign titled, "#SomedayIsToday PSA."


Meagan Good, Boris Kodjoe, Marlon Wayans and several others come together in a video to recite the words of the famous civil rights anthem "We Shall Overcome." The campaign went live Wednesday along with the hashtag #SomedayIsToday.

In a second video, other recognizable faces, including Cedric the Entertainer and Alfre Woodard, join in repeating the slogan, "Someday is today." Even Mama Tina Knowles is part of the emotional yet powerful movement.

The campaign is meant to bring awareness to the racial hate and police brutality that our country continues to experience day in and day out. At the end of the first video, a caption reads, "We have been fighting against SYSTEMIC RACISM, WRONGFUL INCARCERATION, and POLICE BRUTALITY for longer than most of us have been alive."

#SomedayIsToday In the end, we're ALL human beings first..

A photo posted by Omar Epps (@omarepps) on Aug 4, 2016 at 7:23am PDT

#SomeDayIsToday Please repost this on your Instagram❤️

A photo posted by Tina Knowles (@mstinalawson) on Aug 3, 2016 at 12:11pm PDT

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