Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry is taking over Hollywood for a day, through social media.
Actress Olivia Munn is planning to share her social media platforms with Dr. Henry on Tuesday, to talk about COVID-19.
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The takeover, which will mostly happen on Munn’s Instagram account, is part of the ONE world campaign #PassTheMic.
The ONE World campaign, cofounded by U2’s Bono, is a global movement aimed at ending extreme poverty and preventable disease. The #PassTheMic campaign is a way of “demanding solidarity and collective action against COVID-19 from leaders across the planet.”
Munn, best known for his roles in the films like The Newsroom and X-men: Apocalypse, is one of several celebrities participating in the movement. Others include Julia Roberts and Hugh Jackman who will lend their accounts to international medical and policy experts.
This comes after the #ShareTheMicNow campaign, where Black women took over white women’s Instagram accounts, as a way to amplify their voice.
So, will you tune in next week to Olivia Munn and Dr. Henry?
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