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30-Jul-2016 08:19

Charlotte Mc Kinney: Uh yeah, I know how to Instagram pretty well, so. Charlotte Mc Kinney: Oh, and then I got molested one time by a bouncer. (Your brother is a toddler, he doesn't count.)On behalf of the small but growing cohort of non-royal Charlottes, thank you for teaching the world how to spell our name.We may soon be free of the scourge of "good guesses" like Charlot, Sharlet, and Sherlit.Art Designer- Jennifer Herring Art Assistant- Lucy Orich PA- John Hume, Jessica Dancer, Connor Glass instagram kylie jenner bernie sanders music guns n roses coachella fashion unemployment axl rose style guns and roses molly david spade bands rock music moon rocks rap music porta-potty unemployed snapchat filter music festival indio california festival attire festival costume follower count ♪ [music] ♪ David Spade: Next.

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Speaking at a citizens' forum in front of Charlotte's city council, a young girl named Zianna Oliphant made a tearful plea to her city, saying "We are black people and we shouldn't have to feel like this." (City of Charlotte) Almost too small to reach the microphone, 9-year-old Zianna Oliphant stepped to the podium Monday at the Charlotte City Council meeting.

Six days had passed since the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott — a period marked by anger and unrest in North Carolina’s largest city. More specifically, the young girl wanted to talk to city leaders and police about being black.

“I’ve come here today to talk about how I feel, and I feel like that we are treated differently than other people,” she said. Just because of our color — doesn’t mean anything to me.

You don’t deserve to be the mayor of this fine city.

Actor- David Spade, Charlotte Mc Kinney Special Thanks- Heather Santorobackground- Stephanie Smith, Aidan Zordich, Jessica Dancer, Libby de Leon Director- Kevin Mead Writer- David Spade EP- Christian Heuer Producer- Libby de Leon Editor- Marty Cramer DP- Matt Sweeney Cam Op- Matt Diamond Gaffer- Jenn Cohen Key Grip- Max Erwin HMU- Gabby Grave Wardrobe Stylist- Michelle Thompson Sound- Danny Carpenter via Bo Town Sound.

Speaking at a citizens' forum in front of Charlotte's city council, a young girl named Zianna Oliphant made a tearful plea to her city, saying "We are black people and we shouldn't have to feel like this." (City of Charlotte) Almost too small to reach the microphone, 9-year-old Zianna Oliphant stepped to the podium Monday at the Charlotte City Council meeting.

Six days had passed since the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott — a period marked by anger and unrest in North Carolina’s largest city. More specifically, the young girl wanted to talk to city leaders and police about being black.

“I’ve come here today to talk about how I feel, and I feel like that we are treated differently than other people,” she said. Just because of our color — doesn’t mean anything to me.

You don’t deserve to be the mayor of this fine city.

Actor- David Spade, Charlotte Mc Kinney Special Thanks- Heather Santorobackground- Stephanie Smith, Aidan Zordich, Jessica Dancer, Libby de Leon Director- Kevin Mead Writer- David Spade EP- Christian Heuer Producer- Libby de Leon Editor- Marty Cramer DP- Matt Sweeney Cam Op- Matt Diamond Gaffer- Jenn Cohen Key Grip- Max Erwin HMU- Gabby Grave Wardrobe Stylist- Michelle Thompson Sound- Danny Carpenter via Bo Town Sound.

Charlotte Mc Kinney: Well, one time I tore my back-up sunglasses, Charlotte Mc Kinney: because I forgot my cool ones, Charlotte Mc Kinney: and my back-up sunglasses are so shitty.