The dukes of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, were cheered by the young people who flocked to the Global Citizen Live in New York. The couple raised public awareness of equality in vaccine distribution around the world as one of the most pressing human rights issues.
They called the pandemic a humanitarian crisis. And they reiterated that we have everything we need to vaccinate the whole world. Vaccine distribution is a human rights issue.
They said it Harry e Meghan, took the stage of the Global Citizen Live.
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I Dukes of Sussex they were greeted with an ovation by the thousands of young people who flocked to Central Park, New York. Harry he said that his wife and himself believe that “survival doesn’t have to depend on where you were born.”
The two, holding hands, stressed the need to liberalize the Covid vaccines, facilitating access and distribution in every part of the world, even in the poorest countries.
After appearing on the cover of “Time”, included among the 100 most influential personalities in the world, i Sussex they appeared in public again as a powerful and successful couple.
Harry wore a casual suit and unbuttoned shirt with no tie.
Meghan, a true star, once again conquered the spotlight by showing off a total white minidress with floral applications by Valentino.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex followed the singer’s performances Alessia Cara and the pop veteran Cyndi Lauper with an interpretation of “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” dedicated to Afghan women.
The administrator of the USAID Agency Samantha Power, in a recorded message, announced that the United States will contribute over $ 295 million to countries around the world to ward off famine and extreme hunger, address gender-based violence and humanitarian emergencies resulting from the global situation of the last 18 months .
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The Global Solidarity Fund also announced $ 28 million for food, vaccines and vocational training throughout 2022 before the Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello took the stage together with Shawn Mendes, later followed by Burna Boy.
In Central Park they also performed Billie Eilish e Jennifer Lopez.