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Kayla Reed: 'His death transformed my life'
On the day Michael Brown died, Kayla Reed was just another 24-year-old trying to figure out what she wanted to do with the rest of her life. Now, a year after getting involved with the Movement for Black Lives, Reed is working as a community organizer to change the lives of black residents of St. Louis.
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