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Kehlani Pays Tribute to Palestinian, Congolese, Sudanese, Tigrayan, and Haitian Mothers on Mother’s Day

by Terra
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Kehlani, an American singer-songwriter, paid a poignant homage to mothers from all around the world on Mother’s Day via Instagram.

In her Instagram story, the Bay Area artist expressed condolences for Palestinian, Congolese, Sudanese, Tigrayan, and Haitian mothers, recognizing their challenges and courage.

“My heart is with Palestinian mothers, Congolese mothers, Sudanese mothers, Tigrayan mothers, Haitian mothers,” Kehlani wrote in her Instagram story. “Mothers of martyrs, mothers whose prayers are felt through the world.”

Kehlani's Instagram Story

Kehlani’s Instagram Story

This gesture comes at a difficult time, as conflicts and disasters continue to plague these places, with mothers often suffering the brunt of such adversity.

She emphasizes their perseverance and the weight of their prayers, bringing attention to the universal experience of motherhood that transcends regional bounds.

Kehlani, who is well-known for her engagement on social justice issues, has continuously used her platform to raise awareness and elevate disadvantaged or overlooked perspectives.

Her Mother’s Day statement serves as a reminder of humanity’s interconnectedness, as well as the significance of honoring and inspiring moms all throughout the world.


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3 comments

Sierra May 12, 2024 - 5:38 pm

Kehlani you are a beautiful human being.

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Tanya May 12, 2024 - 5:38 pm

I love me some Kehlani.

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Jamie May 12, 2024 - 5:27 pm

She’s such a class act.

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