Screenshot of the video shared by the singer Beyonce on her Instagram.
Beyonce on Sunday delivered a message to the graduating Class of 2020, marking their achievement with a speech.
The superstar artist was among a roster of A-listers to participate in YouTube's global virtual commencement ceremony "Dear Class of 2020."
"You have arrived here in the middle of a global crisis, a racial pandemic and worldwide expression of outrage at the senseless killing of yet another unarmed black human being," the 38-year-old mother of three said.
"And you still made it. We're so proud of you."
Beyonce was referring to the anti-racism protests roiling the nation as thousands take to the streets decrying systemic white supremacy and police brutality.
"Thank you for using your collective voice in letting the world know that Black Lives Matter," she said.
"Real change has started with you, this new generation of high school and college graduates we celebrate today."
The wildly popular artist also took the moment to lambast persistent sexism in the music industry and beyond.
"As a woman, I did not see enough female role models given the opportunity to do what I knew I had to do," she related.
"To run my label and management company, to direct my tours, that meant ownership -- owning my masters, owning my heart, owning my future and owning my own story."
Beyonce wrapped her message that ignited social media with a message for those who feel left on the margins: "Your queerness is beautiful, your blackness is beautiful, your compassion, your understanding."
"Your fight for people who may be different from you is beautiful."
Beyonce on Friday released her much-hyped visual album "Black Is King," an aesthetically ambitious video billed as a companion to her 2019 album of songs inspired by Disney's live-action remake of "The Lion King."
Black power, suffering and the fight for justice took center stage at the BET Awards on Sunday, the first Black celebrity event in the United States since nationwide mass protests broke out this month over systemic racism.
Legendary musician Stevie Wonder has called out US President Donald Trump, in a video for the Black Lives Matter movement. He says its a bad day "when I can see better than your 2020 vision".
Beyonce made an impassioned appeal for justice Monday in the case of Breonna Taylor, the African American woman shot dead by plainclothes police as she slept at home, calling for criminal charges against the officers involved.
The actor, who has worked in the Hindi film 'Mom' starring late actress Sridevi, wrote: How much misrepresentation is too much misrepresentation? Bollywood has the answer.”
On Day 2, 'Pathaan' collected Rs. 68 crore nett in the Hindi format, while its dubbed formats earned 2.5 crore nett.
The song titled ‘Applause’ has been penned by singer Diane Warren, a recipient of 13 Oscar nominations and spreads the message of strength and empowerment