Trevon Bosley: "Everyday shootings are everyday problems"
March 24, 2018 2018-03-24T12:24:41-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/fae/20180324122650001_hd.jpg19-year-old Trevon Bosley, whose brother Terrell who was killed leaving church, spoke to the D.C. crowd on behalf of Chicago youth, describing how his home town was disproportionately affected by gun violence.
19-year-old Trevon Bosley, whose brother Terrell who was killed leaving church, spoke to the D.C. crowd on behalf of Chicago youth, describing how his home town was disproportionately affected by gun violence.
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