Gun violence victim Raekwon Langston graduates Lehman High School

The 17-year-old says being shot helped him turn

The 17-year-old says being shot helped him turn his life around.

A Bronx teenager is graduating high school after nearly losing his life to gun violence.

Raekwon Langston received his diploma from Truman High School after being shot in the face on his birthday while returning from a party with a friend last year. Langston says a young man drove up beside him and asked him if he was in a gang. After Langston replied "no," the man shot him twice.


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