While New York City grapples with an uptick in gun violence, the community is proudly celebrating 56 promising youths from the Flatbush area of Brooklyn who successfully completed youth programs designed to maximize their potential.

The Rohan Levy Foundation, named after a teen who was shot and killed in Brooklyn three years ago, works with African-American males in Brooklyn to get and keep them off the street.

FLATBUSH, Brooklyn (WABC) — While New York City grapples with an uptick in gun violence, the community is proudly celebrating 56 promising youths from the Flatbush area of Brooklyn who successfully completed youth programs designed to maximize their potential.

The Rohan Levy Foundation, named after a teen who was shot […]

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