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Spoken Word by Aundréa Henry

“To be silent is to be complicit”

Aundréa Henry wrote this piece because she wanted to speak up. She wanted to support the Black Lives Matter movement in some way other than posting videos and signing petitions. The only way she knew how was through spoken word.

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