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METAIRIE, La. -- Malcolm Jenkins was driven to make an impact in the community at a young age.
He had just finished his first NFL season with the New Orleans Saints in 2010 when he and his mother, Gwendolyn, started a charitable foundation focused on youth in underserved communities. That same year, Malcolm, who was 22, became involved in tackling the issue of gun violence in New Orleans.
Jenkins never set out to become one of the sports world's most visible social activists. But his outlook changed in 2016, when Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were shot and killed by police officers...