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Serena Williams Says She 'Won't Be Silent' About Police Brutality 

In a post to her official Facebook page, Serena Williams expressed her concerns about the epidemic of police brutality against black Americans. She quotes Martin Luther King Jr. on the betrayal of silence and seems to open to the door to being more vocal about these issues. Read more...
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