Antwon Rose Jr. knew that as a black male teenager, he was marked in a way others were not.
In fact, when he was 15, he wrote a heartfelt poem about how he feared society perceived him.
"I see mothers bury their sons / I want my mom to never feel that pain," Rose wrote.
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