19-year-old becomes youngest Black law school graduate in American history

"You just really make what you want your reality to be," she said.
0:59 | 05/13/22

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[MUSIC PLAYING] - I am the youngest woman, and I am the youngest Black person. So I'm excited to be able to claim it. It's just-- it's exciting, as you can imagine. It was really cool. - 16-year-old who has been accepted to nine law schools. [MUSIC PLAYING] - Definitely something that has been, you know, a lot of work, a lot of long nights, a lot of, you know, vacations spent working. It's crazy, you know, just it feels surreal. You don't find your path, you make it. And that's something that I really try, like I said, to express to anybody who will listen to me. Take life by the reins, you know, by the horns and just-- and really make what you want your reality to be. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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