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Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill Protest Against Police Brutality with Their Daughters

"Progress is being made, and we must continue to make our voices heard," said the RHOA mom. 

By Hannah Chambers
Cynthia Bailey Mike Hill Protest

Cynthia Bailey, her fiancé, Mike Hill, their daughters, Ashleé Hill, Kayla Hill, Noelle Robinson, and Noelle’s girlfriend, Alexis, joined the thousands of people across the world who are protesting police brutality and injustice in the wake of the deaths of George FloydAhmaud ArberyBreonna Taylor, and more. The Real Housewives of Atlanta family peacefully protested together in Los Angeles on June 3, and detailed their experience later on Instagram. 

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“Spent the day protesting against police brutality, injustice and inequality with my family,” Cynthia captioned a post full of photos and videos from the protest. “Progress is being made, and we must continue to make our voices heard.”

She described the scene as “beautiful” and “peaceful,” adding, “I was absolutely blown away by all the love and unity that surrounded me. People shared waters, and snacks with everyone. Such a small act of kindness but spoke volumes. I am so proud to be with my fiancé @itsmikehill and our girls to stand with everyone that came out in the name of righteousness.”

Mike also shared his thoughts, writing, “Such a powerful scene. Such an incredible experience. Joining this protest with my fiancé and girls (AND I’M SO PROUD OF OUR GIRLS, WHO WANTED TO BE THERE) was needed.”

Mike continued to explain that the protests that have been happening recently give him hope, but cannot be the end of the movement.

“I’ve been angry. I’ve been sad. I’ve been discouraged but today gave me added hope,” he wrote. “To personally see so many people, from all walks of life, come together as they did is encouraging. Especially since the majority of the crowd was young, passionate people who is DEMANDING this world becomes a better place for Black people. I’ll continue to give them my support but we’ll need their continued passion and commitment to get the job done. This is a step in a marathon. We HAVE to keep running.” 

For the latest reporting on the George Floyd protests from NBC News and MSNBC’s worldwide team of correspondents, including a live blog with minute-to-minute updates, visit and NBCBLK.

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