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Killing Is The New Fighting

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Killing Is The New Fighting

Killing Is The New Fighting

Killing Is The New Fighting

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Youth Radio's Ayesha Walker has lived in Richmond, California for almost 21 years. Her mother has lived there for 52 years. She reflects on stories of "ancient" downtown Richmond; when young people actually walked the streets late at night without caution.

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