Violent Lives and a Violent Death
When 20-year-old Tomika Blackwell finally got into a fight she couldn't win, when the eight women armed with knives and baseball bats cornered her, she became a victim of the violent society in which she had sought youthful acceptance and approval.
The Washington Post
Smith, Brenda V. and Tucker, Neely, "Violent Lives and a Violent Death" (2000). Popular Media. 364.