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Presidential Inauguration

Tags: Community, Education, Future


By Treniya, 14
Recorded at Cornell School District on March 6, 2013
Description:
Treniya talks about attending President Obama's 2nd inauguration and what that means to her as an African American. She also describes her encounter with a protester.



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