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K-Pop stars BTS invited to White House to address 'diversity and inclusion' with Biden
Joe Biden is set to will welcome K-Pop sensations BTS to the White House on Wednesday to speak at an event on anti-Asian hate crime.The global superstars will speak to Biden about the 'importance of diversity and inclusion' amid a rise in Asian hate crimes, as figures show a staggering 339 per cent rise in 2021 compared to 2020.A White House statement read: “President Biden and BTS will also discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion and BTS' platform as youth ambassadors who spread a message of hope and positivity across the world.”The event will take place at The White House on WednesdayThe group are the latest celebrities the White House has turned to on their agenda after Jill Biden welcomed Selena Gomez to talk about mental health and the president had the Jonas Brothers appear in a video on vaccines.Biden is facing some criticism amid the announcement as a distraught community still awaits an announcement on his visit to Uvalde, Texas, where a gunman shot and killed 19 school children and two teachers.The president has said he would travel to Uvalde 'in the coming days.'Last week, Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris condemned attacks against minority Asian communities at a White House event on Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.“Hate can have no safe harbor in America.
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David Muir close to tears as he reports on horrific Texas school shooting
MORE: Celebrities speak out on tragic Texas school shooting - from Kourtney Kardashian to Amy SchumerABC News were among the outlets to first break the news, with David Muir reporting on the horrific incident, understandably close to tears.The news clip was shared on Good Morning America's Instagram account, and viewers left a mass of heartbreaking responses to the tragedy.VIDEO: Does David Muir have a partner? All we know"Another breaking news story, another school, another town, more victims who did nothing for this to happen and nothing is being done to change it!!" one wrote, while another commented: "This is so heartbreaking." A third added: "When will it stop? Those poor parents."MORE: Barack Obama says 'these tragedies must end' following Sandy Hook shooting MORE: Kim Kardashian calls for gun control following Florida shootingOn Tuesday, 19 children and two adults were killed by a lone gunman. The 18-year-old suspect opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde where children aged seven to 10 were being taught.The teenage suspect had a handgun, an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle and high-capacity magazines, according to investigators.David Muir had a heartbreaking job to do on Tuesday as he repoted on the Texas shootingHe was killed by law enforcement after his attack.
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Selena Gomez teams up with Jill Biden for a good cause
Jill Biden is joining forces with Selena Gomez for a special cause! The First Lady and the singer will be participating in the Youth Mental Health Action Forum, which is taking place at the White House.The two-day inaugural forum will start on Wednesday, led by MTV Entertainment and the Department of Health and Human Services, bringing more than 30 activists and creators to spread awareness of the importance of prioritizing mental health among young people.The forum will also include policy adviser Susan Rice, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, as the main goal is to “bring culture from awareness to action in mental health through storytelling and media.”Selena, who recently hosted Saturday Night Live and showed her personal side in the most hilarious way, is known for being open about her struggles, including mental health issues, constantly sharing her journey with her fans and followers, and revealing the things that have worked for her throughout her successful career in the entertainment industry.Selena Gomez launches special cookware collectionWATCH: Joe Biden’s adorable dog is giving a tour of the White HouseBarack Obama posts new family photo while honoring wife Michelle for Mother’s Day“I myself have shared my story about my mental health journey and I just read too much, I think, about how deep this country is being affected mentally,” the singer previously said in 2020 in a video, joined by Kamala Harris.