This is a better way to "speak out."
Comedian Bill Cosby called on parents and community elders to step up to stop the wave of violence that has rocked the city for more than a year.
Cosby spoke Monday to a West Philadelphia crowd of several hundred after joining an anti-violence group on an hour-long march through the neighborhood.
"You've got to teach your children how to think," Cosby said. "You watch one blow the other one's head off and how can you feel good about yourself? Who are you trying to save? How long are you planning to live while you watch this go on?"
The event was the fourth of seven anti-violence appearances that the Philadelphia native has pledged in cooperation with Men United for a Better Philadelphia, which organized the march.
But for those who like to state, "Enough of the marches!", what say you to this?
I'm trying to find out if he spoke more about mentoring.