Selena Gomez avoided posting a black square to her Instagram on Black Out Tuesday and did something bigger: The singer blacked out her site. People who went to selenagomez.com yesterday were greeted with a message urging them to reflect on how they can unite in the Black Lives Matter movement. She also called out four organizations to follow and donate to to support the movement.

Gomez wrote, “It’s my hope today you are taking the time to do some introspective thinking about how we can all come together and listen to one another with an open heart and mind. This country is long overdue for meaningful changes to our broken society. Black lives matter.”

She then called out Black Lives Matter’s global network Instagram, When We All Vote, Color of Change, and the NAACP.

selena gomez's site on black out tuesday

Selena Gomez’s site yesterday.

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Her beauty company, Rare Beauty, meanwhile, shared a blacked out post on its Instagram. It echoed Gomez’s site message. “To our community, we are going dark tomorrow to take part in #BlackoutTuesday,” Rare Beauty wrote on Monday night. “It’s our hope that we can all take time to do some introspective thinking about how we can all come together and listen to one another with an open heart and mind. We’re also thinking through how we can take action against systemic racism and make change. The country is long overdue for meaningful changes to our broken society. Black lives matter. #theshowmustbepaused.”

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Gomez has been encouraging fans on her own Instagram to sign petitions along with her demanding justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and an end to police brutality. On Saturday, she wrote on her Instagram, “I have spent the last 24 hours just trying to process this all. Nothing anyone says can take back what has happened. But we can and must all make sure to take action. Too many black lives have been taken from us for far too long. They deserve better. They deserve to be heard. We all need to do better and not sit in silence as this injustice continues. #blacklivesmatter #justiceforgeorgefloyd #icantbreathe.”

As Selena Gomez fan account TheSelenaRundown captured in screenshots, Gomez also shared petitions on her Instagram Story, along with former President Barack Obama’s Medium post offering advice on how to sustain the Black Lives Matter movement. She also shared resources for voting:

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