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Join The Star’s editorial board and Rosilyn Temple Thursday on Facebook Live

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. File photo

Have a question for Rosilyn Temple? Join the conversation when she chats with Star editorial board members on Facebook Live.

When: 4 p.m. Thursday

Where: www.facebook.com/KCStarOpinion/

Who: Star editorial board members Colleen McCain Nelson and Mary Sanchez will interview Temple, the founder and executive director of the Kansas City chapter of Mothers in Charge.

What: Temple and other women who have lost children to violence organzined Mothers in Charge. We’ll discuss Temple’s efforts to turn a tragedy into a force for good and explore ideas for reducing violent crime in Kansas City.

How: Watch live and submit a question. Or check out the video later.

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