The youth-counseling program helping to curb Chicago's violence
from The Atlantic
In the minds of many, the South Side of Chicago has descended into a type of madness. While crime doesn't define the vibrant, inspiring city, violence clings to certain South Side streets where shootings have become commonplace. President Donald Trump referred to parts of the city as "worse" than areas in the Middle East. A few weeks ago, two men shot a young man named Daniel Cardova, and when a group gathered to mourn Cardova some hours later, yet another shooting occurred, killing two people and injuring another eight.
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