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Mom Shares Daughter's Words to a Friend Subjected to Racism: "I'll Hurt With You"

After Rachel Macy Stafford's daughter tearfully recalled her best friend being subjected to racism on their school bus one afternoon, the mom says the young girl's actions and words in response are something she'll "never forget." When the girl asked her friend if she was OK and got no response, she "scooted closer" to her friend, and because she didn't know what else to do, she says she just "hurt with her.
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