Rosilyn Temple, as executive director of Mothers in Charge, advocates for safer communities. After her son was shot and killed in his apartment in 2011, she sometimes talks to the families of victims of gun violence.
Rosilyn Temple, as executive director of Mothers in Charge, advocates for safer communities. After her son was shot and killed in his apartment in 2011, she sometimes talks to the families of victims of gun violence. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Rosilyn Temple, as executive director of Mothers in Charge, advocates for safer communities. After her son was shot and killed in his apartment in 2011, she sometimes talks to the families of victims of gun violence. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

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