And unlike some celebrities, political activism has long been part of Dawson’s storm. He is a co-founder and on the Voto Latino board, and has been arrested more than once during protests. She primarily uses social media close to her heart for reasons such as suffrage, early childhood development and education (in September she partnered with the brand’s $ 3 million Toms of Mains initiative to connect 150,000 children to nature who may not otherwise have access to outdoor spaces). ) And, as always, advocate for a more humane immigration policy.
“As long as we use fear as our basis for looking at this problem, we will continue to divide and sow more hatred, and ultimately create more problems for us,” he told Pop Sugar in 2019 in Hispanic Itih, which Running from September 15 to October 15, the issue is as current as it is now (like two years ago) That, And so on). “If we understand that these are our families, these are our brothers and sisters, then we have the opportunity to create a different kind of policy that helps us all celebrate instead of being inhumane.”
Social justice has also influenced his creative choices and he will be seen as a DEA agent in the next Hulu limited series. Dopsic, Premiering October 13, based on a non-fiction book of the same name about the opioid crisis plaguing West Virginia and the surrounding environment.
“It simply came to our notice then [OxyContin maker Perdue Pharma] All of these people were going to every doctor-to personalize their relationship with them, you know, to give them gifts, and to do things like that, Washington Post Live. “How do you push back against a company that has so much income to dominate and create and perpetuate a story? You know, and all these personal victims go silent because they’re already tied to this story and their story is they Just addicts, and you know how we are – we think about addicts. They’re just low, sad, miserable people who are disrespectful to our society and should be pushed aside. That’s why we’re still seeing it unfold in a way that’s not really about justice. “