Bernard Robinson has done many things in his life –
he was a founding member of the doo-wop group
Del-Vikings, served in the Air Force, fought racial discrimination within the Postal Service and has been a life long civic leader in the East End. In his 70s, Robinson still is determined to make his community a better place.
19-year-old Travis spends his days watching the street.
At Sam's Barbershop everyone has an opinion on gangs, no snitching, the police and living in the East End.
Community activist Bernard Robinson explains the East End.
Asnistine Patrick sees the differences between 40 years ago and today.
Newport News police meet with East End residents.
As part of their program to make the East End safer, Newport News police buy back guns.