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It looks like folks are tired of talking about the problem and ready to find a solution. On Wednesday night, in the wake of the recent police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, some 100 Black celebs got together for a secret planning session to create solutions to the problem facing our nation.

Rapper The Game, who appeared to be spearheading the operation, posted a video and message on his Instagram page about the powerful meeting of the minds, stating:

Tonite a meeting was held. A meeting of African American celebrities at a private location & things were discussed….. Everyone shared their objectives, opinions & views on political, non-political & everyday issues that have plagued us as a people for hundreds of years…… Well, this time we’re collectively taking a different approach at burying these problems once & for all. This is a fight for everyone….. Not just blacks, but everyone…. & all races, ethnicities, cities, states, countries & continents were brought up & we had a very peaceful meeting where voices from all entertainment groups were heard & no leaf was left unturned…. We as a HUMAN RACE were all affected with the past weeks tragedies & we ALL want immediate change…

He also encouraged others to host similar meetings in their own communities, big or small:

So gather as you may, in groups or movements of your choice/race or gather diversified & have theses conversation…. They are all important. Keep an open dialogue with one another & that will resonate in the lives that we are all trying to save going forward, especially OUR YOUTH !!! WE ALL MATTER & tonite we took another stab at the end goal & that is to BETTER THIS WORLD NOW, not just for the moment but to make an impact that will drive out NEGATIVITY & welcome LOVE worldwide…… The haters, naysayers & negative minds will exist… They too will be reformed as time progresses & change presents itself on a world scale…. One day at a time my people….. & as we all prepare ourselves for tomorrow… I will part by saying, I LOVE YOU ALL… Rest well

Some of the 100 celebs in attendance included, T.I., Meagan Good, Fonzworth Bentley, Omar and Keisha Epps, Tisha Campbell Martin, Niecy Nash, Tina Lawson, Cedric The Entertainer, Tasha Smith, Terrence J, Jesse Williams, Larenz Tate, Nate Parker, Boris Kodjoe, Kym Whitley, Kendrick Sampson, Codie Oliver, Tina Lawson, and Mayor of Compton Aja Brown.

Tonite a meeting was held. A meeting of African American celebrities at a private location & things were discussed….. Everyone shared their objectives, opinions & views on political, non-political & everyday issues that have plagued us as a people for hundreds of years…… Well, this time we’re collectively taking a different approach at burying these problems once & for all. This is a fight for everyone….. Not just blacks, but everyone…. & all races, ethnicities, cities, states, countries & continents were brought up & we had a very peaceful meeting where voices from all entertainment groups were heard & no leaf was left unturned…. We as a HUMAN RACE were all affected with the past weeks tragedies & we ALL want immediate change… So gather as you may, in groups or movements of your choice/race or gather diversified & have theses conversation…. They are all important. Keep an open dialogue with one another & that will resonate in the lives that we are all trying to save going forward, especially OUR YOUTH !!! WE ALL MATTER & tonite we took another stab at the end goal & that is to BETTER THIS WORLD NOW, not just for the moment but to make an impact that will drive out NEGATIVITY & welcome LOVE worldwide…… The haters, naysayers & negative minds will exist… They too will be reformed as time progresses & change presents itself on a world scale…. One day at a time my people….. & as we all prepare ourselves for tomorrow… I will part by saying, I LOVE YOU ALL… Rest well ✌🏾️ #HUNT

A video posted by The Game (@losangelesconfidential) on

Just last week, The Game and Snoop Dogg also joined forces to create H.U.N.T (Hate US Not Today), and organized a march and meeting with members of the LAPD. We have to say we are loving what the Compton rapper is doing, and hope it yields change.

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