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Cameron Boyce’s Last Interview Paid Tribute to His African-American Heritage

(CNN)Cameron Boyce was proud of his family background.

In what was reportedly his last interview, the 20-year-old talked to Haute Living about his diverse heritage which included a Jewish mother, an African-American father and grandmother who became one of the symbols of the civil rights movement.

The actor’s grandmother, Jo Ann Allen Boyce, was one of the “Clinton 12,” a group of black students who made history after the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1954 ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, which ordered Clinton High School in Clinton, Tennessee, to desegregate . . .

Read more by Lisa Respers France at CNN

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