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Sandy Hudson's journey from skeptic to organizer


Sandy Hudson talks about the moment she realized she had the power to change the world. She describes her first experience organizing as a university student and the taste of campaign success that led to the creation of Black Lives Matter Toronto.

Sandy Hudson is a writer, political activist, and the co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto.

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