Protestor reads poem written by police shooting victim

Antwon Rose, 17, wrote the poem two years before police fatally shot him.
0:55 | 06/22/18

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Transcript for Protestor reads poem written by police shooting victim
Why any champagne. I'm have. I definitely should wait out. I seem rather bear those thoughts. Are what brought barbs and never will that okay. I'm confused and afraid. I pretend all this fine and I feel like I'm suffocating. I've touched nothing so I believe all this time. I worry that it isn't enough I called noble or Biden. In a break. I'm president. People believe I'll just. There are different. I dream up what getting better I try my best to make my dream true. I hope that it. I've kept used and operate.

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