Damon said, "I worry about Marcus. I worry about me and my family. I worry about what's happening to my community. That's why I'm telling you this story. My story. My town's story. So more people don't die."
HOW TO HELP:
Street Beat: Street Beat provides a message of hope and self-determination through the challenging programs of its studios such as dance, music and drama. Street Beat enables young people to develop the life skills necessary to succeed at school, within the family and at the community and job level.
The Pahokee Parks and Recreation Department: The Parks and Recreation Department offers after-school programs for kids from kindergarten to high school to give them a safe place to play after school.
And, finally, as Damon looked in the camera, he revealed the question he had earlier whispered into Sawyer's ear: "President Obama, what can you do to help Pahokee?"