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Alexandra Garreton

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When someone gets shot in Skipp Townsend's community, he is often one of the first on the scene. Sometimes he knows the victim personally.

Peacemakers: The Interventionist

When someone gets shot in Skipp Townsend's community, he is often one of the first on the scene. Sometimes he knows the victim personally.

from Below the Ten: Life in South LA

As a black kid growing up in South LA, Lt. Michael Carodine was regularly mistreated by police. But for Lt.

Peacemakers: The Cop

As a black kid growing up in South LA, Lt. Michael Carodine was regularly mistreated by police. But for Lt.

from Below the Ten: Life in South LA

Lita Herron, a 69-year-old grandmother of six, witnessed repeated shootings in her community. But her fear turned to anger and then to action.

Peacemakers: The Activist

Lita Herron, a 69-year-old grandmother of six, witnessed repeated shootings in her community. But her fear turned to anger and then to action.

from Below the Ten: Life in South LA

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