In a world of glitzy fame, Kyrie Irving shines as a true game-changer. The NBA All-Star isn’t just making headlines on the court; he’s igniting a revolution off it. Irving is the latest star to throw his weight behind COMMUNITYx, the world’s leading digital powerhouse for activism, taking his unwavering commitment to social justice to new heights.
Founded by the relentless justice crusader, Chloe Cheyenne, COMMUNITYx is more than just a platform—it’s a digital catalyst for change. From battling police brutality to addressing environmental crises, this dynamic company fuels campaigns that touch the very heart of social injustices.
Kyrie Irving’s advocacy for justice is nothing new as he’s lent his support to movements like Sioux Rocks, George Floyd, and Breonna Taylor, and now, he’s weaving his influence into the tapestry of COMMUNITYx.
Through COMMUNITYx, Kyrie has opened his heart and wallet, generously contributing to campaigns like “Justice 4 Carmen,” rallying for the release of Maria del Carmen Lopez, kidnapped from her home in Pueblo Nuevo, Colima, Mexico. He’s also taken aim at the “Hawaii Water Crisis,” where a leaking U.S. Navy bunker has left O’ahu residents with dire health concerns and a crippling lack of clean tap water for over two long years.
Through COMMUNITYx, Kyrie has opened his heart and wallet, generously contributing to campaigns including protecting Black farmers in Colorado who are harassed by their white counterparts, the re-entry fund for wrongfully convicted Ricky Godfrey, the USA water crisis, and the re-unification fund of an Indigenous minor Chanel who is currently in the custody of a discriminatory family.