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After A Shocking Loss, Finding Healing By Teaching Others

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After A Shocking Loss, Finding Healing By Teaching Others

After A Shocking Loss, Finding Healing By Teaching Others

After A Shocking Loss, Finding Healing By Teaching Others

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Ayodeji Ogunniyi was a pre-med student when his father was murdered by three young men. So Ogunniyi decided that becoming a teacher, not a doctor, would help ensure his father's death was not in vain. (This StoryCorps interview initially aired Oct. 30, 2011 on Weekend Edition Sunday.)

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