Ban on Gang Street Shrines Divides Oakland

Are street shrines meaningful memorials, or a public menace? Shirley Skeel reports on street shrines in Oakland, Calif., that honor victims of gang violence — and how the decision of local police to remove the shrines has divided that community.

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