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Jacob Tobia: Following A Legacy: Walking 85 Miles In Protest Of Amendment 1

As of yesterday, May 4, my friend Dominique Beaudry and I are walking from the International Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro to the State Capitol, a four-day journey of over 85 miles, wearing sandwich boards that encourage North Carolinians to vote against Amendment 1.
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