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Tia Mowry is more than a brilliant actress and loving mom. She uses her fame as a vehicle for action and change. Tia joined us to continue the fight for justice in light of Trayvon Martin’s tragic death with our #YourLifeMatters campaign.

With #YLM, we are asking celebrities to use their elevated platform to remind young men of color that their lives matter. Stars like LaLa AnthonyMack WildsReverend Al Sharpton and more have joined us in the fight and we’re grateful that everyone is passionate about this cause.

Must Read: Tristan ‘Mack’ Wilds Tell Black Boys #YourLifeMatters: ‘We’re Amazing, We’re Strong, We’re Kings’ [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

We are here to be a mouthpiece for our generation. We want young men of color to know that while they may wear the same hoodie Trayvon Martin wore and walk to the store for a snack, just as he did, their lives don’t have to end in the same way. To the young men who have looked at this tragedy in fear, know this-–Your Life Matters. We want to give Tia a special THANK YOU for joining us in this fight! Her message is extremely heartfelt and potent.

Share your stories of inspiration to uplift this generation. We need it right now!

So join us in this fight by liking the #YOURLIFEMATTERS Facebook page today!

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