Find out why people are saying these are the words that finally helped them understand anti-Black racism in the US. 19-year-old spoken word poet Sarah O’Neal will leave you speechless.
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Sarah O’Neal, 19, is a poetic student activist from the Bay Area. She graduated from the Middle College program at Santa Clara Unified. Sarah is now attending Mills College in Oakland where she plans on creating her own major. She is also an athlete on the Mills College swim team, and believes real education is a powerful tool for the liberation of oppressed peoples. She is involved with Youth Speaks Inc., which you can find out more about at www.youthspeaks.org and follow her on Twitter @.
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