Healing and memory: From left, Timothy Goldman, a South L.A. resident, Najee Ali, political director of the National Action Network, and K.W. Tulloss, also of the National Action Network, light candles during a prayer vigil Monday at the Florence and Normandie intersection in South L.A.
Healing and memory: From left, Timothy Goldman, a South L.A. resident, Najee Ali, political director of the National Action Network, and K.W. Tulloss, also of the National Action Network, light candles during a prayer vigil Monday at the Florence and Normandie intersection in South L.A. Mel Melcon Los Angeles Times
Healing and memory: From left, Timothy Goldman, a South L.A. resident, Najee Ali, political director of the National Action Network, and K.W. Tulloss, also of the National Action Network, light candles during a prayer vigil Monday at the Florence and Normandie intersection in South L.A. Mel Melcon Los Angeles Times

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