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Why co-founder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles 'would not' appear with someone in law enforcement
The co-founder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles, Melina Abdullah, talks about why she would not sit on-stage with someone in law enforcement and why she doesn't feel it's necessary to debate with people who disagree with her.
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