The "Big Little Lies" star has been laying low in the British capital ever since the coronavirus pandemic shut down production on her upcoming superhero movie "The Batman", and on Wednesday (June 03), Zoe shared a photo of herself joining fellow social justice advocates at a rally following the recent death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer in Minnesota.
In the photo, the actress is pictured wearing sunglasses and a black scarf over her nose and mouth, while holding up a large sign which quoted late novelist James Baldwin.
It read, " 'Dear America, 'I can't believe what you say when I see what you do.' Black Lives Matter."
"GO HEAD LONDON. #blacklivesmatter," she captioned the image.
Her dad, singer Lenny Kravitz, publicly cheered her on, commenting, "That's my girl!", while Zoe's stepfather, "Aquaman" star Jason Momoa, also applauded her activism by adding a series of praying hands and black heart emojis.
Zoe had previously expressed her pain over Floyd's senseless killing, sharing an image of the 46-year-old and writing, "GEORGE FLOYD my heart breaks for you and your family. #policebrutality needs to stop. #sayhisname."
Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, Brad Pitt became the latest celebrity to hit the streets in honor of Floyd and other victims of police brutality and racial injustice on Wednesday, when he was spotted demonstrating with actress pal Alia Shawkat, reports Entertainment Tonight.