“How many of you have lost a brother or sister as a result of violence?” asked Azim Khamisa the students at San Diego’s CorreiaMiddle School. About a third of the several hundred gathered in the school auditorium raise their hands.
“And how many of you would want revenge if a brother or sister was killed”? Khamisa probed. Almost every hand shot up. Then he asked, “Would revenge bring (my son) back? Continue reading