The seven mothers of black men, women and children will make a case for Clinton at Tuesday night's DNC.
“She’s been fighting for a long time with these issues,” Eric Garner's mother said.
"We simply can't afford to elect a Republican who refuses even to acknowledge the problem of senseless gun violence."
When I visited Christian Love Baptist Church in Irvington, N.J. on July 19 and heard Johnson speak, six years after her son's death, it wasn't a dramatization of events it was real life. A mother poured her heart out to a congregation, which understood her pain.