Friday, August 28, 2020

Porsha Williams Has An Announcement For Fans Who Call Her Warrior Goddess - yuetu.info

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Porsha Williams shared a message on her social media account that had fans praising her even more. Check out what she had to tell her fans!


‘This year marks the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington. I’m joining the @NAACP for this year’s Virtual March on Washington and recommitting to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream, calling for police accountability reform and mobilizing voters ahead of November. We’re kicking it off TODAY featuring remarks from Members of Congress, activists, and musical performances. Join me at 8 PM EST https://2020march.com #NonstoptoNovember Link in bio!’ Porsha captioned her post.






Someone exclaimed: ‘Warrior Goddess!! It’s your calling. You’ve outgrown housewives.’


A follower said: ‘That’s right Porsha. You are a leader,’ and one other commenter posted this message: ‘You continue to uplift your position and live beyond your mission. Thank you my fellow cancerian. ✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿 #nojusticenopeacenoracistpolice.’


Someone else posted this: ‘@porsha4real let me just say how proud I am of you and how I stand with you, nothing but love for you,’ and a fan said: ‘@porsha4real keep doing this. I’m with you my sister.’


A fan posted: ‘Walking in your purpose ❤️ @porsha4real thank you for your determination,’ and one other follower praised Porsha as well: ‘I’m so very proud of you @porsha4real and I know your grandfather is as well.’


Someone else told Porsha: ‘You did an amazing job! So inspiring for black women!’


In other news, Porsha Williams has been getting into some ‘good trouble.’


The Bravo star with an activism gene that has been activated to its fullest took to Instagram after she was released from jail for the second time while protesting the murder of Breonna Taylor.


Porsha Williams, Tamika Mallory, Trae tha Truth, and Yandy Smith were among those who were arrested while protesting with the Until Freedom organization in Louisville, Kentucky.

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