Englewood Student talks about life in tough Chicago community

Yaviel Ivey has lived in Englewood since he was eight. In the past 16 months, at least 80 people in this neighborhood have been killed and 260 others have been wounded by gunfire -- including 100 teenagers.
"In the area I live in, I don't expect to have a future here, and I want better for myself," he says.
CBS News wanted to know how good kids live and survive in that environment. So, for 30 days, we gave 15-year-old Ivey a camera to show us what it's like to grow up here. An Army brat, Ivey has lived in Arizona and Japan. After his parents divorced he moved here with his mother and sister.
"I'm not really used to what goes on around here," he explained in a diary clip. "I'm used to living in civilized areas, but I've gotten used to living over here."