Mother Jones – Three teens in Georgia just made a mobile app they hope will help prevent the next police shooting of an unarmed young person. It’s called Five-O, after the slang term for police, and it’s the brainchild of siblings Ima, 16, Asha, 15, and Caleb Christian, 14, who live in a suburb of Atlanta.
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