Serena and Venus Williams Speak Out To End Community Violence

Serena Williams and Venus Williams lead a powerful, emotional discussion on how senseless violence ripped apart their family—and how they turned the pain of losing a sister into the inspiration behind the Yetunde Price Resource Center in Compton, California. Joining them are ESPN host Jemele Hill, Women's March national co-chair Tamika Mallory, actor and activist Malik Yoba, COO of the Yetunde Price Resource Center Dr. Sharoni LIttle, and Anton House of the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center.

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