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‘Black lives don’t mean sht’: Mississippi valedictorian denied solo honor deluged with racist attacks

The Internet was outraged after a Black valedictorian in Mississippi was forced to share the stage with a white counterpart who had a lower GPA — but some were outraged for more nefarious reasons. According to the Daily Mail, Jasmine Shepard, who was her school’s first black...
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