Hollywood actor Sophia Bush, best known for her portrayal of ‘Brooke Davis’ in the teen drama series ‘One Tree Hill‘ became sociable on January 20 to share her feelings regarding the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States.
Bush, also known as an ambitious activist both on the social, economic, and gender issues, took to her verified Instagram account with a series of photos, including the scenes from Inauguration Day and screenshots from her FaceTime and Zoom sessions with her best friends and her “I am a voter” team. She captioned the photos that see her in tears of joy due to Biden’s victory with the following message:
“Today is historic. And it felt so, deeply, watching two of the most important little girls in my life witness the @vp and so many women on that stage. Today is healing. For a nation that came so close to being destroyed. For a nation that, today, finally has the most diverse presidential cabinet in history.”
The ‘Incredibles 2‘ actor added that there is much justice to be done, and as American citizens, they must work to right wrongs while cutting the “cancer of white supremacy from America’s roots.” Bush continued her message by saying that it is a must that making and passing a policy that reflects diversity in the United States.
“And we both can and must finally get closer to our esteemed more perfect Union. We can. And we shall, so long as we remain committed, involved, and humble before democracy.”
Bush concluded her words by quoting from the youngest inaugural poet, Amanda Gorman‘s poem, ‘The Hill We Climb:’
“We weather and witnessed a nation that isn’t broken but simply unfinished. There is always light if only we’re brave enough to see it. There is always light, if only we’re brave enough to be it.”
Following the post, the author of the New York Times bestseller ‘The Rural Diaries,’ Hilarie Burton Morgan jumped into the comment section and wrote that she is proud of Bush’s efforts. For view the other comments and the mentioned Instagram post, click here.