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"Do Black lives matter to you?"

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Kym Young is a longtime human rights advocate in the Duluth/Superior community where she's worked for social justice and equal rights for marginalized groups.

  She's an elder, she's retired, and by her own admission, she's a vulnerable adult when it comes to COVID-19.

  She's also a veteran of many, many protests and marches.  But when she got a call from the community last Saturday to speak at the march and protest in downtown Duluth to remember George Floyd, she showed up.

  Here are Kym's comments, recorded from the beginning of the march.
 

  Kym Young is the founder of the Superior African Heritage Community . She made opening remarks at the beginning of Saturday's march and protest in downtown Duluth to remember George Floyd.

  You can see more photos from the march here on our Facebook page.

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