Sherita Small is shown at her home in Miami, holding a photo of her murdered son, Zamari. Zamari, who was 16, was shot and killed in 2014 in a case that still remains unsolved. She moved away from Miami Gardens, where the shooting happened, but she still deals with depression and has trouble sleeping.
Sherita Small is shown at her home in Miami, holding a photo of her murdered son, Zamari. Zamari, who was 16, was shot and killed in 2014 in a case that still remains unsolved. She moved away from Miami Gardens, where the shooting happened, but she still deals with depression and has trouble sleeping. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Sherita Small is shown at her home in Miami, holding a photo of her murdered son, Zamari. Zamari, who was 16, was shot and killed in 2014 in a case that still remains unsolved. She moved away from Miami Gardens, where the shooting happened, but she still deals with depression and has trouble sleeping. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

Her son was shot to death. The grandkids help her, and now she wants to help them

November 27, 2016 07:00 AM