Speaking to BravoTV.com, The Real Housewives of Potomac mother explained that she'd found a QR code at the protest, which helped her access links to 40 Black-owned businesses. "This is really going to make a difference," Gizelle said.
The beauty mogul had discovered the links just ahead of a trip to Atlanta with her daughters, and she used the info to decide where to dine while on the road.
"We’ve already researched all the Black restaurants," she said. "I gave my kids an assignment. I was like, 'Everybody pick a different restaurant that they want to go to.' So, I sent them the link. Everybody picked the one that they want to go to. And that’s what we’re gonna do. It really does matter and make a difference when we all say, 'You know what? We’re just gonna be supporting Black businesses period. The end.'"
She continued: "Whether it’s a restaurant, whether it’s a beauty brand... no matter what it is... It just makes me feel a great sense of pride."
For more on how Gizelle teachers her daughters to fight racism, watch the clip above.
—Reporting by Jocelyn Vena.
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