Charlize Theron, who is the adopted mother of two African American boys, says that she’s afraid for her children in the wake of police-related shootings.
While speaking to HipHollywood about her new film, Kubo and the Two Strings, she shared her thoughts on the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
“I want to be proactive in some way and it’s not enough to sit and complain,” said Charlize. “It’s really frightening when you have little kids, I have two African American kids, and the world has to get rid of it’s racism, and we have to turn the page, it’s been a long long time, we have to turn the page.”
Check out what else Charlize had to say here.