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12-year-old student’s ‘Soul Train’ documentary gains national attention – Project Osmosis
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12-year-old student’s ‘Soul Train’ documentary gains national attention

“My parents watched it, my grandparents watched it, so knowing how it broke barriers for them kind of made me think this would be a good project to do,” – Kelly.

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