Porsha Williams Gives Fans Hope With These Photos During Such Troubling Times We Live In
Porsha Williams shared an amazing post on her social media account, with which she managed to give her fans hope that change is possible. Check out the pics that her post includes below.
'This is for our babies !! Always good go have like-minded friends... Love y’all we got this ✊🏾GO VOTE ❤️ #NoJusticeNoPeace #SayHerName #blacklivesmatter #WeWillNotStop @lodwill @misslaurenw @natbrownbeauty @tracisteele @tiptip_00 @ladytford @misshopelove @provifulp @shameamorton @prettygeekz,' Porsha captioned her post.
Someone said: 'I love it. Thank you for using your platform for something so relevant,' and another follower praised Baleigh, Porsha's niece: 'Your niece is beauty itself.'
Porsha also shared the following post recently in which she urged fans to use their voices - this was just a little while ago:
'Let’s lift our voice today!! GO VOTE!!!! S/O these young powerhouses Sayhername Protest organizers and their team
@zobambara | @marypathector #sayhernamebreonnataylor ✊🏾Just by coincidence the day after I marched with these ladies it was on the books for me to interview @zobambara the granddaughter of Civil Rights activist & author Toni Cade! Look out for that interview soon on @dishnation,' Porsha captioned the post.
Someone else said: 'Beautiful women from a beautiful legacy family! Thank you for everything you and your family have done.'
A commenter wrote: 'What is voting going to do if they only care about the electorals? Our voices/opinions don’t matter in the voting system,' and another follower said: 'I absolutely love that you’re so active and on the front line and not just posting black squares on your story.'
Someone else posted: 'Thank you so much Porsha for all that you’re doing during this time. That prayer touched my soul.'
Another follower posted this: 'I'm so proud of you Po, how you put yourself on the March showing we are all people that deserve the same respect.'
In other news, Porsha shared a message on her social media account, saying that young people have to be listened to.