Activist Seeks Solutions to 143 Unsolved D.C. Murders

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Washington, D.C. grassroots organizer Philip Pannell stores a grim collection of police department fliers in his basement office, each representing someone slain in the city since 2010, the Washington Post reports.

They show the names and faces of 143 homicide victims — all of them black, most of them . . .

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