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Resource ID: #17983
Subject: Crime
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine
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Date: 20-May

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Jennifer Lin tells the story of a grocery owner who along with neighborhood support, "refuses to abandon the West Parkside store where her husband was gunned down." Her tragedy ultimately has united the community to fight against violence in their area. 'His death was a turning point. It shook this place up.' In addition, it has strengthened relationships between her and nearby neighbors who say, 'You're not leaving us. We need you.'

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