Khalid Shah

Executive Director of 'Stop The Violence, Increase The Peace'; Chair of the Regional Violence Prevention Coalition

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Executive Director of 'Stop The Violence, Increase The Peace' ; Chair of the Regional Violence Prevention Coalition

Khalid Shah on KCRW

LA Mayor  Antonio Villaraigosa  and  LAPD Chief William Bratton  have been reluctant to attribute gang murders to  racial animosity.

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from Which Way, L.A.?

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