What Can We Do to Keep Our Kids Safe?

In 2012, youth under the age of 24 represented 40 percent of all arrests for violent crimes nationwide. In order to address this growing problem, several communities have created public-private partnerships to build infrastructure to help reduce the cycle of violence. What measures are in place to help support our youth? What leadership is necessary to save our kids from the brink of danger and possible future imprisonment? Are there transferable tools or skills community leaders can teach to help protect those who have the greatest need for protection?

Festival: 2015

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