Anne-Marie Johnson Hosting Global Event to Help Fight Racism

Anne-Marie Johnson at SAG awards. (Deposit Photos)

Anne-Marie Johnson is standing up for what she believes in and is inviting the world to join her.

The actress and philanthropist is hosting a online global event through her non-profit The Man/Kind Project, to fight racism and religious intolerance

The online special features Johnson, along with Ed Harris, Clancy Brown, Amy Hill, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Lynn Whitfield, Kevin Eubanks, Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Louis Gossett, Jr. sharing personal experiences, revelations and observations in the fight against racism.

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There’s also a special performance of “Stand By Me” by Freda Payne and The Trans Chorus of Los Angeles.

The first episode of the two-part event premiered on Friday, Aug. 28. The second part will conclude on Friday, Sept. 4 at 6 p.m. PT, streaming live at: 

The Man/Kind Project’s mission is to “unite us all through empathy, tolerance and solidarity.

Watch part 1 below.