Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder’s wife has shared a Women’s March post calling President Donald Trump’s border camps ‘shameful.’ Eddie Vedder recently revealed why Pearl Jam are really on a touring hiatus.
Jill posted, “#Repost @womensmarch Trump’s concentration camps have etched yet another shameful mark into this country’s history of xenophobia, and classism. We cannot rest until those at the border are free. Illustration: Asha’ Jones.”
She also wrote about a new film, “Another great documentary to check out .. 💙An intimate portrait of this remarkable man, True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s FIght for Equality follows his struggle to create greater fairness in the system and shows how racial injustice emerged, evolved and continues to threaten the country💙.
I am so proud that I was able to visit The Equal Justice Initiative, The Memorial of Peace and Justice & The Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama with my daughter and my dear friend @shellybetz .. it was the most powerful and meaningful trip we have done as mother and daughter .. the film can be found on HBO .. if you have the time I highly recommend seeing this film #bryanstevenson #eji #truejustice. P.S there is also a young adult version of Just Mercy for your teens ✌🏼#teachyourchildrenwell.”