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August 31, 2018

Beyoncé & Jay-Z steal hearts posing with families of Trayvon Martin & Eric Garner in new pics

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Sybrina and Jahvaris Fulton, the mother and brother of Trayvon Martin, as well as Gwen Carr, Eric Garner’s mother, attended Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s concert in Orlando.

Not only they were present at the concert, but they also went backstage to meet and take photos with the celebrities who were clearly happy to allow so.

In the first photo of a slideshow that The Shade Room shared, all of them appeared posing together in front of white curtains. Beyoncé put on a black and silver dress that had several red, orange, and green details.

Her famous husband put on a white outfit and a big gold necklace. Sybrina and Gwen chose yellow and red dresses, and Jahvaris wore black pants and a grey shirt.

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The second image portrayed Sybrina and Gwen posing next to Beyoncé while flashing their big smiles at the camera. As BET reported, both singers have been long-time supporters of both families.

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In 2013, Beyoncé was present at the Justice for Trayvon rally. Apart from that, Jay-Z served as an executive producer of the Paramount Network docu-series "Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story."

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TRAYVON MARTIN’S DEATH

On February 26, 2012, Trayvon, who was 17-year-old, was in Sanford, Florida, visiting his relatives. He decided to get out of the house for a walk when George Zimmerman, the then-28-year-old neighborhood watch coordinator of his community, shot the teen alleging self-defense.

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That crime was highly publicized as people considered it was a race-related murder. George was found not guilty after being arrested under the charge of second-degree murder.

ERIC GARNER’S DEATH

The death of Eric was also very publicized as he passed away after a New York City Police Department officer put him in a chokehold for about 15 to 19 seconds while arresting him.

Eric was thought of selling single cigarettes from packs without tax stamps. The cause of death was ruled as “compression of the neck,” and the contributing factor where: “acute and chronic bronchial asthma; Obesity; Hypertensive cardiovascular disease.”

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