Naudia Loftis, 18, lives in a neighborhood of Cleveland that's been hard hit by gang violence. When her cousin was killed, she started organizing rallies to raise awareness of black-on-black violence.
MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:
While I was in Cleveland, along with producer Liz Baker, we really wanted to get a sense of what people in the city are thinking about outside of politics. So we caught up with Naudia Loftis. She's a young activist in the Kinsmen neighborhood. As we sat on her porch, she told us how she's trying to raise awareness about the issue of black-on-black violence.
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