“For the full text of the Bandcamp statement, see below. We support those who rightly call for justice, equality and change, as well as the black people who live with racism every day, including many of our employees, artists and fans in the Bandcamp community. This action is a direct response to the murders of George Floyd Bronna Taylor, Ahmod Arbury and others, as well as to “ongoing State-sanctioned violence against blacks in the United States and around the world,” as Bandcamp wrote in “his” statement. In addition, we encourage all members of the Bandcamp community to find ways to support racial equality in their own communities. As a company, we will continue to look for other ways to support racial justice, equality and change. The recent murders of George Floyd, Tony McDade, Sean Reed, Brenne Taylor, Amo Arbury, as well as continued state violence against blacks in the United States and around the world, are a terrible tragedy. To read this article, go to “My Profile” and look at “Recorded Stories. 2020 Condé Nast.”
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