Angelina Jolie

The unstoppable activism of actress Angelina Jolie

The social worker and activist was spotted recently in Malibu going out to dinner with the six children she and Brad Pitt have .  During the quarantine, she continued her fight towards show empathy towards equality and children around the world. Read more to find out what the actress stated.  

  • Angelina Jolie is known for her roles in 'Lara Croft: Tomb Raider', 'Mr and Mrs. Smith' and 'Wanted'. 
  • She is famous for her humanitarian work. She served as the UNHCR goodwill ambassador from 2001-2012.
  • The actress was awarded with 3 Golden Globe Awards, 2 Screen Actors Guild awards, and 1 Academy Award.
  • The actress was married to Brad Pitt before they broke up in 2016.

After the news about Brad Pitt going to France with a young German model, everyone asked what is Angelina doing. After several years, the former couple are still working on their multi-million divorce deal. 

After her 45th birthday, Angelina donated $200.000 against racism. She has been in her home in Los Angeles with her 6 children. Almost retired from acting, she has been focusing herself into writing scripts and directing movies like Maleficient 1 and 2.

As a fighter like she is, continues to support children around the world and stated her opinion on the topic. 
While everyone was stuck at home because of the lockdown, there was an increase in the divorce rate due to abusive partners spending more time together. On the other hand, many who had their marriages on the brink of ending were happily ended due to confinement at home with incompatible partners.

Angelina doing her activist work. Source: UNCHR

Among the sudden surge in the divorce rate, the activist showed her concern towards kids who come from an abusive background. Angelina stated that “teachers who usually recognize what is happening to the child and can report it, cannot see the child, so domestic violence is a huge concern.”

Pitt and Jolie in happier times. Source: Getty

Jolie is recognized not just for her acting skills but her massive humanitarian work as well. Raising voice for matters that require utter attention has been her virtue. The actress even revealed that she left ex-husband Brad Pitt for the well-being of her children.


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