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Kids Say The Realest Things: Tearful Young Charlotte Protester “We Are Black People And We Shouldn’t Have To Feel Like This”

Zianna Oliphant Is One Of The Bravest And Insightful People In America According to a report on Local10, a young Charlotte, North Carolina resident, Zianna Oliphant, has spoken out in a way that will leave tears in the eyes
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