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GW Hatchet - D.C. youth start magazine to address issues ofviolence in communities

  • Subject: [cg] GW Hatchet - D.C. youth start magazine to address issues ofviolence in communities
  • From: Adam Honigmanadam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 09:14:00 -0400

GW Hatchet

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This article on violence prevention with youth, from the George
Washington University,"Hatchet," discusses participation " in community
improvement projects such as public gardening." The ACGA board and
Washington based groups like "GROW" might do well to reach out to these
young community gardeners in training.

Adam Honigman
Clinton Community Garden

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D.C. youth start magazine to address issues of violence in communities

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(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON - Kids growing up in Southeast Washington, D.C., have
questions likely to boggle the savviest of spin artists here: Why was
their neighborhood home to 106 homicides last year? Why were 24 of those
victims younger than 18, compared with 12 the year before? But the
difficulty in finding answers to their questions makes them more
important to ask, a group of local middle and high school students
decided. [read full article]


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