Actress and activist Jada Pinkett Smith testified gravely before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Tuesday about human trafficking, saying it "robs us of the thing we value most, our freedom."
Jada was accompanied on Capitol Hill by her daughter Willow, who took a slightly different approach to the issue.
Soon after the hearing, Willow tweeted a photo of herself wielding a gavel from committee Chairman John Kerry's seat, wearing a T-shirt that reads "I free slaves." (No, she didn't whip her hair while doing so.)
"I'm getting radical on human trafficking!!!" Willow wrote.
I'm getting radical on human trafficking!!! twitter.com/OfficialWillow…
— Willow Smith(@OfficialWillow) July 17, 2012
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