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Woman, 4-year-old girl bond over Black Lives Matter

CBS News Monday, 3 August 2020
When 4-year-old Camryn Radcliff shouted "Black Lives Matter" in a store, she ended up making a friend. Now, the two Denver residents are working to change the world together.
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