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George Floyd mourned, celebrated as death used as call to action in Minneapolis service

Jun 22 2020

"Clayborne Carson, director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University, said that 'for a person who was pretty much unknown to the world until just last week, this is unprecedented.'

'This has touched a nerve,' Carson said. 'It's been building up for all of American history. I think that people who are aware of the history of this country understand that there's a lot to atone for and a lot to celebrate in terms of people who stood up for justice.'"

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