MSNBC profiled our new sister project, S.O.S. South Bronx, on Saturday, February 2nd, writing about the new team's efforts to spread the "Stop Shooting, Start Living" message. Congratulations to the new team, and Kenneth Edwards, the Hospital Responder for S.O.S. Crown Heights, who was also quoted.
How to stop gun violence: ‘I’m out here hustling peace’
The group got closer. And Delgado reached deeper into his coat.
“This is my corner,” Delgado said low, stepping in the boys’ direction.
As soon as the group got within arm’s reach and earshot, Delgado pulled his hand from his pocket and jammed a button and pamphlet at them.
“Save our streets and stop gun violence,” Delgado said. The boys glared for a moment before taking the stuff and bopping around the corner.
“It’s like the crack game,” Delgado said slyly. “But I’m out here hustling peace.”
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