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SACRAMENTO, CA - MARCH 22: Black Live Matter protesters hold their fists in the air as they block the entrance to the Golden 1 Center during a demonstration on March 22, 2018 in Sacramento, California. Hundreds of protesters staged a demonstration against the Sacramento police department after two officers shot and killed Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man, in the backyard of his grandmother's house following a foot pursuit on Sunday evening. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The music industry is uniting on Tuesday, June 2nd, to show solidarity with black communities. This comes after days of nationwide protests on police brutality after the death of George Floyd. Record labels have all taken to social media to announce “Black Out Tuesday.” According to their Instagram posts, this will be a day assigned for unity with black employees, artists, and fans to evaluate ways to move forward together.

Not only will the companies make donations to organizations fighting against racial injustice, but they will also take the day to discuss future changes within the industry.

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