CHICAGO (CBS) — Take a break from music to fight gun violence.
As seen on our digital streaming network, record label executive Early Walker held a town hall at Fenger High School seeking solutions.
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One was from an alderman who said it was about investing in our neighborhoods.
“Because Roseland should look like the North River, Englewood should look like the North. But it all comes down to investing so you can get a job before you have access to a gun at the local gas station, the local convenience store, that cell phone store,” Ald said. Stephanie Coleman (16and).
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The meeting brought together politicians, police officers, local DJs and even social media influencers.
The conversation surrounding the impact of gun violence on youth in the community.
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Many panelists say the fight against violence starts with education.