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Take on Instagram with a photo of her and twins Tamera Mowry posing on the red carpet with their mother Darlene Mowry, the Sister, sister star reflected on the “privilege” she had seen her father Timothy mowry experience compared to his mom.
“Growing up #biracial, mom is black and dad is white, it was very clear to me to see the # privilege that my father had as opposed to my # mother,” she wrote. “Some examples, during our #sistersister days when we were traveling for work, we often flew first class. There were several times my mother was asked if she was in the right seat. “
Tia continued, “Another incident that struck me was when we bought our first home as a family. My mom walked into the house model with us to ask for a brochure. One person said that the houses were exhausted. My father walked and that was another story. ”
“My #objective is to see #change,” she said. “This year has been a difficult year. Several tears were shed. However, a friend told me that these tears will not be wasted. The #love and #support around the world got me going. A #change will come. “
After George FloydUpon death, Tia used her platform to provide fans with resources to fight injustice. And on Wednesday, she said she was keen to prioritize celebrating black entertainment with her family. “This week, throughout the weekend, I will be showing my kids incredible movies and TV shows with an all-black cast,” she shared, accompanied by a photo of The wizmovie poster.
For her part, Tamera also used social media in her own words.
Share a quote that says, “You are important. You count. You are strong”. The truth the co-host wrote: “It is not possible to be in favor of justice for some people and not to be in favor of justice for all. “- Martin Luther King jr. My lord. My heart hurts for everything that is going on in our country right now. 2020 has been a hell of a year so far. “
“E! Stands in solidarity with the black community against the systemic racism and oppression suffered every day in America, “the network said in a statement on May 31. “We owe it to our black staff, our talents, our production partners and our viewers to demand change and responsibility. To be silent is to be an accomplice. #BlackLivesMatter. ”