Tammerlin Drummond: Commitment needed to stop violence (7.29.2013)
Reducing street violence in U.S. cities takes a coordinated strategy that spans many sectors, not only programs. The UNITY Urban Agenda is mentioned as a resource for addressing urban violence as a preventable, public health issue.
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