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9-Year-Old Girl Sobs While Addressing Racism & Police Shootings At Charlotte City Council: 'We Are Black People & We Shouldn't Have To Feel Like This'

Zianna Oliphant may be little, but she's got a big voice and a powerful message. In the wake of Keith Lamont Scott's controversial killing at the hands of a plainclothes officer with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, people took to the streets to protest. And, on Monday, Charlotte City Council held its first meeting since the demonstrations [...]
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