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9 Year Old Girl’s Emotional Speech Goes Viral

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Ohio| A 9 year old girl made an emotional speech at Ohio during black lives matter protest here. The speech went viral on social media platforms including twitter and Facebook.

Misty Johnson brought her two daughters Aubrey and Brooklyn to the protest on Sunday and also on Tuesday where the the 9-year-old Aubrey Johnson spoke about the the black lives which went viral.

At the protest site, Aubrey told that she wanted to express her feelings during which she said “If I get it, you should too”. “My heart melts it really does but it also breaks at the same time, you know we live in a world where not everything is right and I’m so incredibly proud that my girls took a stand,” Misty said.

Her mother said that Aubrey got emotional in the middle of the circle of protesters giving her speech. She said many of the protesters were patting her on the back and telling her she’s got this.

Her mother said she’s extremely proud of both of her girls for standing up for others and protesting.

“Also when I was up there doing the speech I forgot to say it, but I was going to say not all lives matter until black lives matter and it’s very sad to see everybody speaking up there and crying,” Aubrey said.

Her sister was also part of the protests on Sunday and Tuesday.

“We need to at least be peaceful, and we need justice,” Brooklyn said.

Misty said her post is getting mixed opinions. She has had comments as to why she brought her daughters to a protest.

“I feel like that’s what we need, we need the youth to get involved we need the youth to speak up we need to teach these kids and educate them because they’re our next generation they are our future,” Misty said.

She said the protest on Sunday was peaceful as well as Tuesday, which is another reason she’s felt comfortable bringing them.

“It’s just sad how we have to do this, we should just let them have freedom,” Brooklyn said.

Brooklyn is also going viral online. Her mother took photos of her and her friends holding signs together. One sign says, “Our generation will do better.”

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