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ABC CHICAGO 1/6/2016

Englewood man transforms his life

Quentin Mables, 27, is from Englewood. He was placed in jail on a gun charge. Once he was released, he created Englewood Peace Co., which sells t-shirts that say, “Bury guns, not people.” Twenty-five percent of proceeds go to the Englewood nonprofit I Grow Chicago, a group that Quentin turned to after he got out of jail.

WGN CHICAGO 1/7/2016

Man’s inspiring t-shirts spread peace

Quentin Mables, 27, is from Englewood. He was placed in jail on a gun charge. Once he was released, he created Englewood Peace Co., which CHICAGO — Quentin Mables was born and raised in Englewood — one of six kids to a single mother struggling to make ends meet. He got himself in trouble on occasion, and a gun charge earned him a few days in jail. One thing reminded him he could never go back there again — his 4-year-old daughter Zoreya.

CBS CHICAGO 12/22/15

After Release From Jail, Man Commits Life To Spreading Peace In Englewood

CBS 2’s Jim Williams introduces us to an Englewood native who changed his life with one thought and is now spreading a message of peace. Chicago News, Sports, Weather, Traffic, and the Best of Chicago – CBS 2 TV | WBBM Newsradio 780 | 670 The Score