Charley, a 6th grader, holds his head after addressing his schoolmates. "I'm scared to walk around the block. Because I seen my uncle get shot," he said. Fifth- and sixth-graders at Success Prep charter school had a meeting to share thoughts on the Mother's Day shooting on Monday May 13, 2013. The school is about two miles from Sunday's parade, where 19 people were injured, including four schoolchildren, and about 10 students at the assembly had been present at the procession. (Photo by Kathleen Flynn, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune) @kathleenflynn #nola #neworleans
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  • nolanewsCharley, a 6th grader, holds his head after addressing his schoolmates. "I'm scared to walk around the block. Because I seen my uncle get shot," he said. Fifth- and sixth-graders at Success Prep charter school had a meeting to share thoughts on the Mother's Day shooting on Monday May 13, 2013. The school is about two miles from Sunday's parade, where 19 people were injured, including four schoolchildren, and about 10 students at the assembly had been present at the procession. (Photo by Kathleen Flynn, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune) @kathleenflynn #nola #neworleans

  • nolanewsLink to story and voices of children video: http://goo.gl/xfRc4
  • pralines.n.gritsSad
  • pralines.n.grits#PrayForNewOrleans
  • tiarewhodatThe violence in Nola is like a cancer in a beautiful place.
  • dannyplus2Our poor kids ,do they not c the hurt!!!
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