Bratz doll-maker MGA Entertainment Inc. showed solidarity while people across the country protest George Floyd's death.
The famous fashion dolls maker shared a post on Instagram that shared the company's heartbreak for George Floyd and the black community.
Bratz captioned its photo, "Make your voice heard."
The photo continued to explain how the company will always strives for inclusivity, adding a diversity to their dolls.
"It is all of our responsibility to take a stand against racism, and we can't call ourselves inclusive while staying silent about these social injustices right in front of us," the statement read.
In the Instagram post, Bratz asked for everyone to sign the Justice for George Floyd petition in the page's bio.
While Bratz extended their support to black communities around the country, people took to Twitter to acknowledge that the company released a statement.
One user wrote, "@Bratz, showing great leadership & sensitivity than any political leader yet. #GeorgeFloyd"
Another post said, "Bratz gave me confidence as a little black girl and are part of the reason why I am the Queen I am today. Seeing them release that statement on George Floyd's death earns even more of my love & respect for them. Bratz any day."
Floyd's death sparked anger around the country and ignited days of protests. Derek Chauvin, the suspect who appears to kneel his full weight on George Floyd's neck while he begged for help, gasping that he couldn't breathe, was charged with 3rd Degree Murder and Manslaughter.
The three other officers on the scene and involved in the murder were also fired. No charges have been filed against them yet.