Aqeela Sherrills

Reverence Project

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Principal of the Reverence Project, a nonprofit that helps counsel victims of violence; long-time South LA community organizer

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Yesterday, there was standing room only at the Hamilton United Methodist Church in South Los Angeles, where  City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson had called an "emergency meeting."

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