Teaching women not to buy or hide guns for their partners, the leaders of Operation LIPSTICK aim to stop murders on their streets
TAKING A STAND “I’m making a difference when someone who is misguided on what love is, who’s willing to go jail for someone else, makes a turnaround,” says LIPSTICK program director Rose (left, with Rollins, center, and Leathers).

After her 21-year-old son Danny was found shot to death in Roxbury, Mass., in 2007, Ruth Rollins struggled to accept his fate. Danny had been running with a violent street crowd, and Rollins says she felt judged

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