Gizelle Bryant’s eldest daughter, Grace, is continuing her family’s long legacy of social activism. The Real Housewives of Potomac cast member recently opened up being “a proud mom” after the teen helped organize a protest in Washington, D.C. in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Gizelle took to Instagram to show her pride over her daughter’s participation in the fight for racial justice. The mom of three also shared a glimpse of the peaceful protest, posting a series of videos and photos that captured the group of teens as they marched down the streets of the nation’s capital.
“There is NO QUESTION...my daughters are the Future. #GenZ organized and executed!” Gizelle wrote in the caption, also adding hashtags that read “Proud mom” and “BLM.”
Earlier this summer, Gizelle spoke out about encouraging her three daughters, Grace and twins Angel and Adore, to use their voice and follow in the footsteps of her dad, famed Civil Rights activist Curtis Graves.
"For me, I got to take it all the way back because, for me, it starts with my dad. My dad was very involved with the Civil Rights movement years ago in Houston,” Gizelle told BravoTV.com in June. “For my daughters, this is third generation. My dad was working 60 years ago and he worked with Martin Luther King. For me, my second job out of college was working for the national headquarters of the NAACP and now it's my daughters."
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