Student-athletes speak on Black Lives Matter

Student-athletes speak on Black Lives Matter

06/09/2020 

Four SUNY Cortland student-athletes - Demitreus Henry, Flo Hunte, Taylor Hunter and Devin Smith - shared their thoughts on the murder of George Floyd and the meaning of the Black Lives Matter movement. View the clip on the Cortland Red Dragons Instagram page.

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