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story.lead_photo.caption Paris Stevens, left, of Charlotte, N.C., and Angela Harrelson, of Minneapolis, Minn., listen while being introduced at an Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission “Get Out to Vote” event Saturday evening at the Hot Springs Farmers & Artisans Market. - Photo by Richard Rasmussen of The Sentinel-Record

Paris Stevens, of Charlotte, N.C., and Angela Harrelson, of Minneapolis, Minn., spoke at an Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission "Get Out to Vote" event Saturday evening at the Hot Springs Farmers & Artisans Market.

Stevens is first cousin, and Harrelson is the aunt, of George Floyd, a Black man who died on May 25 while a white Minneapolis police officer pressed a knee on his neck. His death prompted global protests about police brutality.

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