International Pop Superstar Taylor Swift, who has successfully held two sold-out concerts in Manila in the past, made use of her massive social media platform to bring awareness to the campaign to junk the Anti-Terrorism Bill in the Philippines.
The Grammy-winning singer and songwriter took to her Instagram, which has over 133 million followers, to share a link that drives to a page consolidating petitions, donations, and resources for the Black Lives Matter protests in the United States.
"When you’re done: Educate yourself. This doesn’t go away once the topic isn’t trending," the page read.
Towards the bottom part of the page, you can find an option that reads “Junk Terror Bill.” Once clicked, netizens will be redirected to a page where you will be informed as to what the whole Anti-Terrorism Bill is all about, as well as links to where you can join email protests and sign petitions to junk the bill.
Several Filipino celebrities and personalities have also joined the campaign to junk the Anti-Terrorism Bill — Kapamilya actresses Kathryn Bernardo, Liza Soberano, Nadine Lustre, Anne Curtis, Pia Wurtzbach, and many more have spoken out against it.
Read related article: Kathryn, Liza, Nadine join the call to junk the Anti-Terrorism Bill starcinema.abs-cbn.com/2020/6/4/news/kathryn-liza-nadine-join-the-call-to-junk-the-an-61588
The Anti-Terrorism Bill was approved by the House of Representatives on its third and final reading yesterday, June 3.
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