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Hillary Clinton Tells Marley Dias The Advice She'd Give Her 11-Year-Old Self

Hillary Clinton just possibly gave one of the most important interviews during her busy campaign trail. Marley Dias, who created a very successful book drive for black girls because she was “sick of reading books about white boys and dogs,” recently interviewed the Democratic presidential candidate. The 11-year-old, who is the editor of Elle’s zine Marley Mag, emailed Clinton some hard-hitting questions to find out what she was like as a kid.
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