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Students Hold 'Die-In' at Charlotte University Following Keith Scott Killing


Scores of students held a die-in at Charlotte University on Wednesday, to protest the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, who was killed in the city on Tuesday evening. The 43-year-old’s death ignited protests across the city. Students wore t-shirts with slogans written upon reading: “we gon’ be alright” and “Black Lives Matter.”

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