Michael Jordan Speaks Out On Social Unrest, Also Pledges $2 Million To Address Issues; Audio Excerpt
For years reluctant to address controversial issues as he managed his world-famous brand, Bulls legend and Hornets majority owner Michael Jordan has been moved to speak out against recent social and racial unrest in America, also pledging $2 million in an effort to help the issues be solved.

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