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June 26, 2014 5:57 PM

Columbia filmmaker takes audiences into world of gangs with 'Colors: Bangin' in South Carolina'

At 17, Columbia native Terrence Davis became the leader of a gang. Before his next birthday, he was stabbed in the eye by a rival gang and charged with strong arm robbery. At 18, he saw three of his friends get shot in front of him.

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