Oak Park resident, social justice and community advocate Kevin Carter and Tamika L’Ecluse, President of Oak Park Neighborhood Association discuss their shared goals of improving their neighborhood while fellow community members rallied Wednesday evening to advocate for improved safety in their Oak Park community following a Tuesday night shooting that erupted near youngsters participating in Little League games at McClatchy Park. “Something like this was bound to happen yesterday when there’s systemic economic and social issues,” he said.
Oak Park resident, social justice and community advocate Kevin Carter and Tamika L’Ecluse, President of Oak Park Neighborhood Association discuss their shared goals of improving their neighborhood while fellow community members rallied Wednesday evening to advocate for improved safety in their Oak Park community following a Tuesday night shooting that erupted near youngsters participating in Little League games at McClatchy Park. “Something like this was bound to happen yesterday when there’s systemic economic and social issues,” he said. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Oak Park resident, social justice and community advocate Kevin Carter and Tamika L’Ecluse, President of Oak Park Neighborhood Association discuss their shared goals of improving their neighborhood while fellow community members rallied Wednesday evening to advocate for improved safety in their Oak Park community following a Tuesday night shooting that erupted near youngsters participating in Little League games at McClatchy Park. “Something like this was bound to happen yesterday when there’s systemic economic and social issues,” he said. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
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Neighbors call for improved safety at McClatchy Park after shooting

April 13, 2016 11:36 AM

UPDATED April 14, 2016 07:53 AM

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