Barcelona legend Dani Alves hails 'leader' Lewis Hamilton for fight against racism and insists 'all lives matter'

DANI ALVES has backed 'leader' Lewis Hamilton in his fight to end racism.

The Formula 1 star – who could step down at the end of the season – has continued to show his support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Daniel Ricciardo told SunSport that Hamilton's efforts to stop racism have been eye-opening.

And now Barcelona legend Alves, 37, has praised the 35-year-old as he insisted 'All Lives Matter'.

Alves, who plays for Sao Paulo, shared a picture of Hamilton to his Instagram page.

The caption read: "We need to follow peacemaking leaders with clever voices of awareness.

"Ma bro @lewishamilton know you have a partner here to reverberate your ideas and voice!

"People need to understand that; LOVE IS LOVE and is within reach of everyone.

"We just need everyday teachers not to be stupid. #Respect #Life #Humanity #Peace #NOMOREWARS #JUSTLOVE #ALLLIVESMATTER #GODBLESSWORLD."

Hamilton shared the snap to his Instagram page on Tuesday with the caption: "As we continue through the year I can definitely the slowing in momentum of BLM.

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Precisamos seguir líderes pacificadores e com vozes inteligentes de conscientização. Ma Bro @lewishamilton sabe que aqui tem um parceiro para fazer reverberar as tuas ideias e a tua voz! Pessoas precisam entenderem que; AMOR É AMOR e está ao alcance de todos…. só precisamos que os professores do cotidiano não sejam estupidos!#Respect #Life #humanity #peace #NOMOREWARS #JUSTLOVE #ALLLIVESMATTER❤️ #GODBLESSWORLD🙌🏾

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"I won't stop trying to push for change.

"Awareness is where that starts so you'll see me there each weekend representing. #BlackLivesMatter."

Hamilton, who recently took his record haul of Grand Prix victories to 93, wore a t-shirt protesting the death of Breonna Taylor in Tuscany.

His t-shirt read: "Arrest the cops who killed Breonna Taylor."

He has also led by example by kneeling in support of the BLM movement before races.

 

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