Metro Morning | Feb 22, 2013 | 20:48

    Metro Morning podcast Friday Feb 22 Youth violence. Anti bully poem. Battle Kimchi

    Nick Davis talks about recent gun violence and what they mean for Toronto's black community. Spoken-word performer Shane Koyczan speaks about his latest project , an anti-bullying poem, "To This Day". Local restaurant owner Sang Kim explains "Battle Kimchi".

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