Olympic swimmer Simone Manuel won four medals at the Olympics in Rio this summer. She is young, inspiring, and she may even be part of a new generation of young black swimmers.
According to research from the USA Swimming Foundation and University of Memphis, 70 percent of African American children cannot swim.
Tankeeya Butts is the executive director of the Ohio-based non-profit The Josh Project. She joined Take Two to talk about the organization and inspiring more young black swimmers.
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