It's been two months since the tragic death of Trayvon Martin and great dialogue has been created revolving around police brutality, racism and stereotypes.
A group of Latino and Black boys ages 9-17 engaged in a discussion in early April at the House of the Lord Church located in Brooklyn, New York. The young boys touched on topics of segregation, violence, education, stop and frisks and much more.
At times, the boys disagreed on how issues within their communities should be combated, but the one central message was that change is needed.
Take a look at the accompanying video to listen to intriguing conversation between the boys.