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Youth Gather to End Violence in Their Neighborhoods

By Erin Timony, Anais Bernard
Oscar Perez, Trevor Seines and Dylan Rohn

Youth from all over San Diego gathered at the Jacobs Center in southeast San Diego March 2 to discuss ways to improve their communities and prevent violence. The event was organized  the center’s Youth Movement Program and called on local teens to be expert panelists. It also featured a talk by Kevin Powell of Vibe magazine and plenty of music.

Above, students in the Media Arts Center San Diego’s Teen Producers Project talk with some of the participants.

For more coverage of this event, visit U-T San Diego.


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