Ayesha Curry details how she talks to her kids about racial injustice: 'Sometimes I want to cry'

Rasha Ali

The Black Lives Matter movement can bring up complex feelings for people, and it's no different for Ayesha Curry.

Curry said the protests for racial justice and equity remind her of the struggles past and future generations have had to and will have to go through.

"I go through so many emotions. Sometimes I want to cry. Some­times, seeing people from all walks of life stand up for justice and fight for what’s right, makes me feel like, 'Wow, people are inherently good, and the universe is giving us an opportunity to weed out the bad,' " the author of "The Seasoned Life" told Self magazine in an interview published Thursday.

"I think about my par­ents experiencing this, and their parents experiencing this, and I’m like, I don’t want my children to have to experience this," she said. "There’s this intense and innate need to make sure we see it through, so this doesn’t continue."

Curry, a mom of three, has also had to explain the movement to her eldest daughter, noting that she and husband Stephen Curry don't "tiptoe" around the topic. 

"That is allowing us to raise really strong, independent, mindful children," she said.

Beyoncé's new backup dancers? Ayesha Curry's daughters slay 'Black is King' dance routine

And the Currys' daughters, Riley, 8, and Ryan Carson, 5, are already embodying those characteristics. The host of "Ayesha's Homemade" shared a video Saturday on Instagram of her daughters showing off some impressive moves to Beyoncé's "Already" track.

The two sisters are seen on a back of a pick-up truck, with Ryan seated on the edge looking fly wearing sunglasses paired with a denim jacket over her tartan dress while Riley takes center stage in a black and white plaid blazer and shades.

As "Already" begins playing, Riley starts dancing mimicking (almost too perfectly) Beyoncé's choreography from the "Black is King" visual. And Ryan played the perfect hype woman as she sat and mouthed the words to the song with effortless swagger.

The sisters' video received lots of praise from celebs who were equally impressed with their dancing abilities.

Gabrielle Union, Karrueche and others remarked at how "obsessed" they were with the girls.

"WOW!!! they're stars," wrote R&B duo, Chloe and Halle.