Cobe Williams, an ex gang member and one of the youngest on the CureViolence crew, was called to a woman's home; she has three sons, the youngest of which is imprisoned for attempted murder, the other two are in different gangs and the clashes in the home became too much for her, so she left them. She paid for the rent, left all the utilities in her name so they wouldn't be homeless but moved herself out and didn't tell them where she had gone. Cobe gets the three of them together and the situation becomes unmanageable for him alone so he takes them into the CeaseFire headquarters for mediation.
I've watched this doco three times now and each time I'm impressed by the hard work these people put in to helping their community. If only there was a CureViolence group in every town, in every country. Recommend this to anyone!
5 out of 5 CeaseFire!
Tio Hardiman, founder CureViolence: "Can't nobody come in and tell somebody to put their gun down. They're not trying to dismantle gangs, they're trying to save a life."