Episode | #075

The Live Show

“My brother was on his way home, robbed and shot several times, and within 12 hours his life was gone. A 21-year-old committed the crime, he had just been let out three months earlier on good time. It seems like the youth have more access to a gun than a job.”

On Wednesday, June 15th Precious Lives hosted a live performance at the Pabst Theater. Those affected by gun violence - high schoolers, community organizers, youth mentors - shared their stories live. Here is a clip from the show.

Timberley Princess Brown, 16, who attends Milwaukee High School of the Arts, reads poetry. - Image credit: Michael Sears

The full version of the performance is available here.


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