New Jersey celebrities moving responses to police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile

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New Jersey celebrities have taken to social media¬†with heartbreak, sadness and anger to the shootings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota at the hands of police officers. They expressed their condolences to the victims’ families and anger over these latest injustices, following the deaths in recent years of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and many other black men in similar circumstances, which collectively spawned the Black Lives Matter movement.

DJ Envy, who’s based in Kinnelon, and is father to two sons and two daughters with wife Gia Casey (a third daughter is on the way), wrote on Instagram, “My son walked into my room this morning and said ‘Dad, they killed another1 of us’ I said who is they… ‘He said who always kills us.. the police.'”

Faith Evans posted a video of her singing rapper J. Cole‘s “Be Free,” written to honor Michael Brown.

Puff Daddy posted about both Sterling and Castile, calling for justice.

May God Bless the family of Philando Castile. Our prayers are with you.

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Missy Elliott posted several heartfelt tweets about both men’s deaths.

Anne Hathaway quoted President Barack Obama’s public statement about the shootings in her tribute to both men.

Jersey Belle star Jaime Primak Sullivan posted the viral video by African American police officer Nakia Jones, who spoke out against these horrific incidents.

Jane the Virgin and Orange Is the New Black star Diane Guerrero posted stark, powerful images about both Sterling and Castile.

Susan Sarandon posted numerous photos and news articles on Twitter expressing her outrage.

Alicia Keys expressed her heartbreak in a simple photo.

Ali Larter sent her love to the family of Alton Sterling in a caption of a photo of her wearing a t-shirt saying “More gratitude more kindness.”

#altonsterling???????? my love to your family.

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Winslow native Jordan Burroughs, a 2012 Olympic gold medalist in freestyle wrestling, wrote a series of outspoken Tweets on Thursday, writing that there are “Too many cops shooting civilians out of fear.”