Porsha Williams Tells Fans That The Time To Act Is Now
Porsha Williams shared an important message for her fans on social media. Check out the quote that she shared on her IG account below.
Someone commented: 'I agree 💯 and we can't let up this time we have to keep protesting and marching for as long as it took! Dr. King and Hosea William's and the rest of our pioneers and ancestors marched for year's! We must stop being so soft and self-absorbed and think about what this world is gonna be like if we don't do the work now!!!'
A follower said: 'Totally agree. We cannot miss this window of opportunity!'
Another commenter posted this message: 'Spending limited to grocery stores. Only dine at black-owned restaurants. Only support black-owned businesses for at least 365 days! Now until July 1, 2021✊🏾'
Someone else wrote: 'It is indeed time. It’s been time for a long time. It’s time to make our highest contribution to this world. Time to engage with our creativity and authenticity and make a change. We came to earth with all the answers. We carry within us all the antidotes. We must start seeing ourselves for who we are and then it won’t be an issue how others see us. Our greatness, once discovered by us, CANNOT BE IGNORED. We are a part of the puzzle. We have been a part of the puzzle all along. If we don’t play our part, it is incomplete. Come on, black greatness. Don’t be hindered or deprived anymore. Focus!'
One other commenter said: 'And I hope folks do this off the internet. Constantly telling their enemy exactly there next move. Strategize with people around you, not in Facebook groups or on Zoom. All that can be tracked.'
Another follower commented: 'Listening to him talk that night. These were some of the best words!! Plot plan mobilizes strategize!!!'
Someone else has this idea: 'Instead of defunding the police... focus on The police Union! Ratify the language in the contracts and hold them accountable! Because as it stands, they get them off of pretty much everything!'
Other than this, Porsha shared a Black Lives Matter post that became viral on social media.