Larry LaRue


23 February 2017

Fathers of Tacoma

When James Black was growing up in Tacoma, he didn’t see himself making it to his 21st birthday.
“I was in a gang by the time I was in middle school,” he said. “There wasn’t much I didn’t do. My first two years of high school didn’t even count. I missed too much time.
“I was either not showing…

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