“We want to be change agents for a more just community in everything we do,” he says.
The Hero No One Knows
A decade after the fatal shooting, Chamberlain Jr. reflects on his life’s mission.
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“It’s about learning to live life on and off the mat,” says the “fake gangster” turned altruistic warrior.
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