Have a family day – Kenneth: My momma, I’m her oldest child. Eddie: Police are going to be harassing a lot of guys over here whether they’re affiliated or not. I think the police should enforce the laws but I think it’s the way they go about it. Nah. SUBTITLE: Second Young Man: I get into a situation I ain’t supposed to be in. Tio (VO): So it’s all about respect and disrespect.
Black-haired woman (VO): They just right now shot on Thirtieth and Kedville, again. But while I’m seeing the president on television and the images of him leading the free world, I’m still burying black kids. It just doesn’t make sense to me. Toya: Cause I know, if they have a strong person, that’s lived that life, I think they could be saved. Ameena (VO): They’ll tell us that it’s some tension in the air. Right now, I am doing derivatives in Khan academy, which I never thought would happen. Ameena: At the end of the day doin’ what?
Cuz, to keep it real with you man, I had like three, four people lined up. Your answer is artful, but its artfulness embarrasses us and ought to embarrass you. Ameena (VO): Caprysha has been through hell and back.