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‘Finding Kendrick Johnson’ Sheds Light on the Mysterious Death of a Black Teenager

The documentary suggests a cover-up in the death of 17-year-old student found wrapped in a school wrestling mat

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As a Black man in America, having faith in the police is like closing your eyes and holding out one hand for a pot of gold and another for a…

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Garfield Hylton

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