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  • We Kill Children
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | Amos Kennedy Collection“How many children must be murdered before we acknowledge this genocide? 62 children younger than 15 were murdered in Chicago in 1993. Eric Morris was pushed 14 stories to his death.” -- front.
  • Children Don't Count Project
    Multi-Page Item | 63 pages | Amos Kennedy Collection“It takes an entire community to murder a child. An African-American proverb” -- front of each postcard.