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I lost my Dad to gun violence

Dominik Vaughan was in fourth grade when his father was shot and killed. Years have passed since the first grief-stricken day Vaughan learned his father had died, and he reflects on the unfair impact of gun violence within communities of color. “My father died because a teenager was modeling the bad life choices he saw around him.” Read more at Youth Radio.

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This entry was posted on April 23, 2017 by in Commentary, Print, Radio, Youth Radio and tagged .

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