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The Mothers of the Movement stand with Hillary Clinton.
From First Lady Michelle Obama to the Mothers of the Movement, Black women throughout the event restored the nation’s faith in democracy.
The parents of Hadiya Pendleton are devoting their energy to a foundation that seeks to curb gun violence following the death of their daughter.
In a recent New York Magazine interview, Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, spoke on how she's used her son's tragic death to help other families of victims of gun and police violence.
Nathaniel Pendleton, the father of slain Chicago teenager Hadiya Pendleton, spoke out against the NYPD's stop and frisk policy on The O'Reilly Factor Tuesday.
Hadiya Pendleton's parents are pressing on with the work of the foundation they created in her honor.
Hadiya Pendleton, 15, who was a member of the King College Preparatory School marching band, which participated in the Obama inauguration festivities, was shot dead in the South Side of Chicago on Tuesday.
Three months after Hadiya Pendleton's death, her parents have created a foundation to help youth avoid the consequences of violence.
The death of Hadiya Pendleton, a promising young 15-year-old girl in Chicago, reminds the nation anew of the urgent need for stricter gun control laws.