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Mark Ruffalo Urges People To Mend The Damages That The Coronavirus Pandemic Inflicted

The Kids Are All Right’ actor Mark Ruffalo, posted photos of himself on Instagram, in which wearing a custom-designed coronavirus mask, and recalled again how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entire world so far, to the followers.

As might be known, Ruffalo has been one of the names who encourage the public to take required precautions to avoid the virus, in the same manner, he continued to warn people via this post.

The Normal Heart’ star wrote as follows by evaluating the current situation:

“COVID-19 has exposed the US’s chronic systemic injustices, especially in Indigenous communities nationwide who are lacking PPE, healthcare, running water, and food.”

And then Ruffalo, mentioned what people could do to make a change in this misery situation:

“If you are interested and able, please consider purchasing a @noisefornow x @seedingsovereignty mask or bandana, which will go into Seeding Sovereignty’s Mutual Aid Work, @indigenouswomenrising, and @mariposafund with the link in my “Masks” highlight.” ⁣

One of the ambitious activist in celebs world through supporting the LGBTQ+ community, environmentalist associations, and Labor Party, the actor concluded his words with the following statement:

“I also want to take a moment to connect with where I am and acknowledge that where I live is situated upon traditional territories and I give thanks to the Lenape Peoples for the ability to live, learn, and work on their traditional lands.”

See below to view the mentioned Instagram post.

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COVID-19 has exposed the US's chronic systemic injustices, especially in Indigenous communities nationwide who are lacking PPE, healthcare, running water, and food. If you are interested and able, please consider purchasing a @noisefornow x @seedingsovereignty mask or bandana, which will go into Seeding Sovereignty's Mutual Aid Work, @indigenouswomenrising, and @mariposafund with the link in my “Masks” highlight. ⁣ ⁣ Thank you to @suaysewshop for creating these masks.⁣ ⁣ I also want to take a moment to connect with where I am and acknowledge that where I live is situated upon traditional territories and I give thanks to the Lenape Peoples for the ability to live, learn, and work on their traditional lands.

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