Phaedra Parks Celebrates The New Administration - Check Out Her Emotional Message

Phaedra Parks Celebrates The New Administration - Check Out Her Emotional Message
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Phaedra Parks posted an emotional message on her social media account. You can check it out below and see what she had to say about this important day.

'As a parent, the last four years have provided teachable moments that I thought we had already learned. As a black person, I realize that time does not equate to progress. May today start the healing process for our nation. May all of those who have lost parents, friends, and hope due to the pandemic and inept leadership feel renewed,' she began her post.

'May all black women realize that “yes we can” and “yes we did” change the path of America by being steadfast and unwavering in our political conviction. Despite all of the less than exemplary behavior, we have witnessed today history will be made by @kamalaharris the first woman and African American Vice President. May this new regime redefine who the “very fine people” of America are and affirm that all people are created equally. God bless America 🙏🏾' Phaedra captioned her post.

Someone said: 'I read that in your voice Phaedra. And it was great 🙏🏾😘❤️' and a commenter posted this: 'AMEN! What a beautiful day in America for so many reasons! 🙌🏼'

Another follower said: 'I pray, Peace, Truth, and Justice be with us all...' and another follower said: 'I wonder how ppl feel about her having a white husband that’s a serious question.'

Someone else posted this: 'She wouldn't be standing there if she was married to a Black Man 💯' and somoene else said: 'And that’s what it was all about getting a woman of color in the vice house it had nothing to do with right or wrong it all had to do with race so patheitc.'

A fan said: 'Let’s continue to exercise our right to vote!! It should become the new normal to have people of color in the White House or on Capitol Hill💕'

Someone posted this: 'Well said!! I have cried tears of heartache and tears of joy in 2020 knowing what is coming. ✊ God bless us all.'


Phaedra Parks said that 54 years later, Martin Luther KIng’s sentiments are still accurate for the times that we live in. Check out the post that she shared on her social media account.

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