CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin gives UNC graduation speech


, a CNN anchor and 2001 graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill’s journalism school, told thousands of brand new Tar Heel alumni Sunday that it’s OK if they don’t have the next steps in their lives neatly planned and ready to go. “Learn your worth,” Baldwin said as she gave the Class of 2017’s commencement speech. “Dream. And never forget where you came from.” (Durham Herald-Sun)

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