Pakistani truck artist pays tribute to George Floyd in a unique way

Haider Ali, a Pakistani truck artist, pays tribute to George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man killed by US police, with his unique truck art.

Pakistani truck artist pays tribute to George Floyd in a unique way

Haider Ali, a truck artist from Karachi, sent a message of equality against racism to the world by creating a truck art with a picture of black American George Floyd on the wall of his house and various colors around it.

The truck artist used his skills to create truck art as well as write a message on it saying, “If we are black, are we heartbroken?” In addition, he wrote another motto in his art, “Don’t call whites black.” The world is for those who have a heart.

Haider Ali, while discouraging racism, said that black color is very important in the universe, thanks to this black color we can see beautiful twinkling stars in the sky.

George Floyd, a 45-year-old black man, was shot dead by a white police officer on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The riots in Minneapolis erupted after the assassination of black George Floyd by white police officers, which engulfed several US states.

Haider’s mural is not only a testament to George Floyd’s legacy, but also a dedication to all those individuals around the world who are fighting inequality and injustice.

This, for Haider, also include the religious minorities (Muslims) in Indian Occupied Kashmir, Palestine and Myanmar, who are regularly subjected to cruelty on the basis of religion, and are tortured and killed.

Kudos to Haider for taking a stand for such an important cause and backing the movement that is so important all over the world, even if it may not seem that way.

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