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April 12, 2011

In this new episode of Horizons, learn about the life and death of Jeron Grayson, a freshman at Hampton University who was shot at an off-campus party at California University. Horizons Chris Moore interviews Grayson's parents and siblings and finds that even with the loss of their loved one, they are still giving back to the community.


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In this new episode of Horizons, learn about the life and death of Jeron Grayson, a freshman at Hampton University who was shot at an off-campus party at California University. Horizons Chris Moore interviews Grayson's parents and siblings and finds that even with the loss of their loved one, they are still giving back to the community.


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