By Rachel Mcgrath For Dailymail.com
Published: 00:16 BST, 2 June 2020 | Updated: 00:31 BST, 2 June 2020
She made history as the first African-American to be chosen by ABC to be The Bachelorette.
And so it's no surprise that Rachel Lindsay was among those who turned out to protest the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis.
In her new podcast Higher Learning, she explained she and husband Bryan Abasolo had participated in a march in Miami, saying: 'It was peaceful. It was beautiful.'
Action: The Bachelorette's Rachel Lindsay has shared her experience of joining a protest in Miami over the killing of George Floyd, describing the experience as 'peaceful' and 'beautiful'
Lindsay, 35, told her co-host Van Lathan that she heard 'beautiful speeches' at the rally, according to E News!
'It was beautiful to see so many people in unity marching and protesting for what they believed in and the injustices they're facing in this country,' the reality star said.
She went on to add that she was dismayed to see other sections of the community seemingly going about their lives as if nothing was happening.
'I cross over a bridge and it's just another day to pull out