The founder and executive director of the organization Mothers In Charge joins us. Dorothy Johnson-Speight shares how she started the organization fifteen years ago, after her own son, 24-year old Khaaliq Jabbar Johnson was shot seven times, she explained – over a parking space, in December of 2001. She talked about the organization’s mission and why she believes homicide is an epidemic in America. And, she shares her heartfelt conversation with former first lady Michelle Obama after visiting Washington, D.C. a couple of years ago.
Watch the report at PHL17: IN FOCUS: Mothers In Charge