Rasheed Wallace launches grassroots movement, leads nonviolent protests

Philadelphia native and former NBA star has launched a grassroots movement to assist in improving the socioeconomic and health conditions of African Americans in urban areas. “Our mission is to try to bring brothers and sisters together, across the globe,” Wallace, a Philadelphia Sports Hall of Famer and 16-year NBA veteran, said. (Philadelphia Sun)

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Rasheed Wallace launches grassroots movement, leads nonviolent protests

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