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Gabrielle Union asserted there is "no excuse for slaughter" on Twitter early Thursday (July 7).

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Laverne Cox said she is "shaking and crying and angry."

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MLS player Ethan White emphasized how atrociously senseless Castile's murder was.

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And National Book Foundation director Lisa Lucas perfectly summarized how America is feeling in light of both deaths.

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Singer Diane Birch called out the hypocrisy with which the U.S. approaches violence.

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Olivia Wilde called the news "gut-wrenching."

She also later clapped back in another tweet after receiving flak for using the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag (as opposed to the one favored by some truly ignorant people, #AllLivesMatter): 

"To everyone threatening to unfollow me because I said #blacklivesmatter, PEACE. And also, #blacklivesmatter."

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Fifth Harmony's Camila Cabello reflected on the prevalence of racism in the U.S.

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Author Nicola Yoon shared this heartbreakingly relevant passage.

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"The Neon Demon" actress Jamie Clayton called for intersectionality in violence-opposing movements.

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R5 singer Rydell Lynch voiced her incredulity that Philando Castile is the 561st person to be killed by police in 2016.

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And "Degrassi" actress Lauren Collins helped illustrate the disturbing reality of America's passively racist media.