Rosilyn Temple is the executive director of KC Mothers In Charge, a prevention, education and intervention program against violence and support network for family members of murdered victims. Temple’s son, Antonio “Pee Wee” Thompson, was killed November 23, 2011.
Rosilyn Temple is the executive director of KC Mothers In Charge, a prevention, education and intervention program against violence and support network for family members of murdered victims. Temple’s son, Antonio “Pee Wee” Thompson, was killed November 23, 2011. Joe Ledford File photo
Rosilyn Temple is the executive director of KC Mothers In Charge, a prevention, education and intervention program against violence and support network for family members of murdered victims. Temple’s son, Antonio “Pee Wee” Thompson, was killed November 23, 2011. Joe Ledford File photo

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