Naomi Osaka is doing something that you’d think would be pretty un-extraordinary.

The tennis champion has added her voice to a chorus of Black voices — athletes among them — that have been crying out against police brutality, systemic racism, social injustice and inequality.

After withdrawing from the Western & Southern Open, Osaka came back to the game with a message; one that she has been conveying at the ongoing U.S. Open in the form of the names of Black victims of violence on face masks that she wears to the court — Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain and, on Friday, Ahmaud Arbery — with her actions coming in the wake of the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.