4-Year-Old Girl Yells ‘Black Lives Matter’ at Woman in Home Depot and Now They’re Best Friends

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A 4-year-old girl and a shopper at Home Depot have struck up an unlikely friendship amid the BLM movement…

While racism is at the forefront of the march, many don’t realize that the whole message is actually about kindness.

Racism could be eliminated forever.

After shouting “Black lives matter” at a shopper in Home Depot, the pair have now struck up an unlikely friendship.

Because now, the pair are total besties.

Thank goodness for this movement.

Ever since George Floyd, an unarmed and defenseless black man, died while being held in a police restraint, our country has experienced a wave of anger like never before.

Thousands upon thousands of people took to the streets in protest, and they were all marching for one thing: For the blatant racism and injustice in this country to be brought to an end.

Thanks to these riots, the Black Lives Matter movement was, and still is, dominating global headlines, and it has completely taken over social media.

For instance, a group of people painted large yellow letters saying “Black Lives Matter” down two blocks of 16th Street in D.C – a two-lane road that coincidentally leads to the White House.

And people are continuing to demand justice.

And it’s so important that we continue to speak out and use our voices.

Camryn Radcliff was out shopping in a Home Depot in Colorado, Commerce City, with her mom, Cassi, when it happened.

Thus prompting the youngster to shout the infamous slogan at her.

“She said it with strength… Like she was making a point.”

But she was touched, and turned to Camryn to tell her: “Thank you so much for saying that and for recognizing that my life matters.”  

Before posing for an adorable photo together right there and then in the warehouse.

So Cassi gave Sherri their number to stay in touch.

And they recently held a garage sale in which they donated all the proceeds to her organization, Sherri’s Girls Empowerment International.

Which will now go towards sending girls in Kenya to school.

“All of this happened,” she told KCNC, “because a sweet little 4-year-old recognized that my life matters.”

And that it’s never too late to make friends!