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Obama Encourages Involvement in Both Politics and Protests in Light of George Floyd’s Death

HNGN Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Obama Encourages Involvement in Both Politics and Protests in Light of George Floyd’s DeathAfter US President Donald Trump tweeted to label activist group Antifa as terrorists in light of the protests that have sprouted after the death of George Floyd, Former President Obama thinks otherwise. Obama said in order for change to be true, people should engage in both politics and protests.
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