News January 25, 2017 at 11:00 am

Notable Africans Who Lent Their Voices to Women’s March On Washington

Mark Babatunde January 25, 2017 at 11:00 am

January 25, 2017 at 11:00 am | News

Boris Kodjoe

Actor Boris Kodjoe and son with their fingernails painted. Photo Credit: bellanaija

Actor Boris Kodjoe and son with their fingernails painted. Photo credit: Bellanaija

Also actor and Face2Face Africa Facelist Humanitarian Awardee Boris Kodjoe of Ghanaian and German descent lent his support to the Women’s March, when he posted a photo on Instagram of himself and his son with their fingernails painted in red in solidarity with the millions of women who feel their lives are threatened by Trump’s gender insensitivity.

“To all the Fathers out there. Today we have an opportunity to teach our sons how to be real men. To be the solution rather than part of the problem. To love, respect, and support those who gave life to us, nurtured, and raised us. Today is an opportunity to teach our sons that being a feminist fortifies and confirms your identity as a man and your integrity as a human being.” Kodjoe wrote.

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