Six women held pictures of their slain loved ones at a press conference Tuesday announcing the establishment of their organization, Sisters and Supporters Working Against Gun violence. From left are Tammy Adams with son Jaleel Raglin, Chaka Travers with son Tyler Travers and nephew Rocardo "Teezy" Cole, Tonya Lindsey with son Ezavion Lindsey, Andrea Crocker with son Johntel "Pudd" Crocker, Latosha Reynolds with son Steven Lee Reynolds, and Quantella Higgins with boyfriend Ronnie Lee Smith.
Six women held pictures of their slain loved ones at a press conference Tuesday announcing the establishment of their organization, Sisters and Supporters Working Against Gun violence. From left are Tammy Adams with son Jaleel Raglin, Chaka Travers with son Tyler Travers and nephew Rocardo "Teezy" Cole, Tonya Lindsey with son Ezavion Lindsey, Andrea Crocker with son Johntel "Pudd" Crocker, Latosha Reynolds with son Steven Lee Reynolds, and Quantella Higgins with boyfriend Ronnie Lee Smith. Herald-Leader
Six women held pictures of their slain loved ones at a press conference Tuesday announcing the establishment of their organization, Sisters and Supporters Working Against Gun violence. From left are Tammy Adams with son Jaleel Raglin, Chaka Travers with son Tyler Travers and nephew Rocardo "Teezy" Cole, Tonya Lindsey with son Ezavion Lindsey, Andrea Crocker with son Johntel "Pudd" Crocker, Latosha Reynolds with son Steven Lee Reynolds, and Quantella Higgins with boyfriend Ronnie Lee Smith. Herald-Leader

SWAG, a sisterhood with a painful bond, hopes to combat violence in Lexington

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