DURHAM, N.C. (AP) – Hillary Clinton says the “love thy neighbor” commandment can be tough to follow sometimes, but she’s pledging to “actually start interacting again with people we don’t agree with.”
Clinton was speaking to several hundred people gathered at Union Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina. She was joined by a group of mothers who have lost children to gun violence or through contact with the police, including Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin.
Stressing her commitment to combat systemic racism, Clinton pledged to reform the criminal justice system, create jobs and provide better educational opportunities. She said that Donald Trump does not see the “vibrancy” in the black community.
Clinton has more campaign stops planned in North Carolina on Sunday.
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