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Khalil Bridges accepts the help and hope of those in his life. Now he must decide what his life will be.
Chelly Smith, right, excitedly greets her son, Khalil Bridges, at a pre-prom celebration at the home of her close friend Stacey Lewis. Smith was determined to leave the health-care facility in which she lives to attend her son’s gathering. Khalil,18, is a senior at one of Baltimore’s poorest and most violent high schools. Renaissance Academy High School is located in West Baltimore, not far from where riots exploded a year ago. Read the story: Coming of age in a city coming apartJahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post