Charlotte girl's speech on race gets standing ovation



Zianna Oliphant, a young girl who could barely reach the podium, wept as she scolded city leadership.

“We are black people and we shouldn’t have to feel like this, we shouldn’t have to protest but y’all are treating us wrong,” she said. “We do this because we need to and we have rights.”

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